A good management of carbon (C), nitrogen (N), phosphorus (P) and potassium (K) in agriculture is crucial to maintain a fertile and healthy soil and allow adequate plant growth and development. However, the EU is very leaky in its use of nutrients, resulting in unacceptable health and environmental costs.
Check out our six case studies representing locations with different biophysical conditions and environmental challenges typical for the European agricultural sector. Detailed monitoring at these sites will generate comprehensive data on C, N and P flows, with central coordination to ensure comparability of results.
All the public material produced during the course of the study will be available here!
Coming to the end of the project, Circular Agronomics has organized a final conference to present its promising results. The technological innovations, economical and social findings as well as the policy recommendations were showcased by the members of the consortium and discussed with the relevant stakeholders.
Save the date for the Final Conference of Circular Agronomics. Be part of a sustainable agricultural discussion and join us!
The Consortium of Circular Agronomics met in Berlin from 26 to 28 September for the 4th General Assembly. After 2 years of virtual meetings, we could finally see each other’s in person. It was great.