BRESOV Key Exploitable Results (KERs)

BRESOV aims to tackle the nutritional challenges of a growing world population and changing climatic conditions by enhancing productivity of different vegetable crops in an organic and sustainable farming infrastructure. BRESOV works on broccoli, snap bean and tomato as those staple vegetable crops have significant roles in meeting our global food and nutritional security goal, and under organic conditions can contribute to storing carbon and introducing nitrogen improving organic soil quality.

During the course of the project, four key results were identified, which will be further brought forward and developed by project partners in collaboration with stakeholders.

Overview of the BRESOV Key Exploitable Results (KERs)



The BRESOV project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 774244.
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Gianni Occhipinti