Date 11.06.2018 | Category: News
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The Danish Innovation Fund has granted financial means to Chr. Hansen, the University of Copenhagen and the Danish Technological Institute (DTI), who together will work on developing natural solutions for sustainable agricultural production.

As global demand for food is rising, the agricultural sector faces a double challenge: productivity must increase, while reducing the environmental impact of the sector. The aim of the new project'Bac4CroP'  is to develop cost-effective, beneficial bacteria for agricultural production, which allow to go away from classical pesticides and fertilizers. 'Bac4CroP' has a volume of €3.9m and will run for 4 years.


Source: Chr. Hansen
Author: Sossna
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