Home|The collaboration request is using soilless culture and hydroponic cultivation techniques to save water. Especially recycling of water in closed hydroponic systems, aeroponics are quite effective to save water.
The collaboration request is using soilless culture and hydroponic cultivation techniques to save water. Especially recycling of water in closed hydroponic systems, aeroponics are quite effective to save water.
Topic 1.1.1 (IA) Implementing sustainable, integrated management of water resources in the Mediterranean, under climate change conditions. Topic 2.1.1 (RIA) Low cost, lean solutions for enhancing irrigation efficiency of smallholder farmers
Topic 2.3.1 (RIA) New optimization models of the agro food supply chain system to fair price for consumers and reasonable profit share for farmers
Aeroponics farming, Hydroponics, Spirulina, Spirulina closed system production, Wastewater Plant, Water use efficiency, aromatic plants, artificial intelligence, bio-fertilisers, greenhouse growing, indoor farming, microgreens, mychorriza, plant factory, plant nutrition, save plant nutrients, save water, soilless cultivation, strawberry, sustainability, sustainable agriculture, sustainable management, urban vegetation systems, vegetables, vegetables crop, water use and reuse
Our team is working on soilless/hydroponic growing techniques with vegetable crops and strawberry. We are trying to find out the least water requirement for plant growing in re-cyeling/closed hydroponic systems. It is possible to save water and nutrient by using aeroponic and different hydroponic ststems and biyo-fertilisers like bacteria, algea, mychooriza. We want to be a partner in such a project proposal.
DESCRIPTION OF YOUR ORGANISATION:
Our organisation is public university. It contains agricultural faculty and horticultural department.
The Partnership for Research and Innovation in the Mediterranean Area will devise new R&I approaches to improve water availability and sustainable agriculture production in a region heavily distressed by climate change, urbanisation and population growth
The PRIMA programme is an Art.185 initiative supported and funded under Horizon 2020, the European Union’s Framework Programme for Research and Innovation.