To find stones in crop before they enter the harvester and cause damage to the harvesting equipment
A modular system for adjustable spraying and navigation in orchards and greenhouses will be developed. It will enable sprayer control regarding presence of plants. It will be offered as modular system for installation on existing and new air blast sprayers.
To grow and produce new varieties wich currently do not exist in the region and wich this point of diferentation, look for niches in the market place.
To develop an applicable biotechnological propagation process in collaboration with the cooperation-partner, with corresponding adaption and cultivation systems for growing allium ursinum. Simultaneously clones are to be developed, which allow an energy saving production.
Hops are normally grown on tall wirework up to 7 metres high. This is not sustainable either economically or environmentally. Low trellis technology has proven successful in reducing both inputs and impact, but requires development of new naturally dwarfing hop varieties acceptable for brewing.
Informed addresses online monitoring & control of production in the meat processing industry. The aim is to develop three novel sensor systems to measure : tenderness, water holding capacity, foreign body detection, water activity and bacterial contamination.
From selected uncommon with high nutritional value organically raw materials to make a new exclusive quality flours, their mixture ratios with starchy component of grains and adding them to enrich extruded snack type products
This project intends the creation of a new vegetal hybrid unprecedented in the market. Through an interbreeding and varietal selection process a plant material that allows its industrial cultivation in enforced chambers will be obtained, being capable of offering the market a new product.
The ca-bs project proposes a research strategy whose result will be obtaining new varieties of pepper, capsicum annuum hybrid f1, adapted to current requirements derived from the pepper crop under ipm, integrated pest management.
Ionizing radiation as an alternative treatment for preservation of chestnut fruits: optimisation of the process and evaluation of physico-chemical and microbiological characteristics.