59 experts from 21 countries worldwide joined the Berlin-workshop held March 12 and 13, and presented the current state of art on this topical...
JKI member of the research team funded with 2 million euros by the German Research Foundation (DFG)
See press release of the Biotechnology...
(January 2018) The International JKI/UFOP-Workshop “Clubroot disease in oilseed rape - status quo and research demand” was held in...
Several experts are urging the European Commission to develop legislation that will allow EU countries to individually authorize the...
The strategic goal of EUCLEG is to reduce Europe and China’s dependency on protein imports by developing efficient breeding strategies for the...
Details about the use, minimization and replacement strategies of copper in Germany published in an open access review article at journal...
Berlin, 20-22 September 2017
Water is a natural resource of vital importance in agriculture. This makes it also a limiting factor for growing sufficient crops to ensure...
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Biocides are applied to protect humans against pests, fungal infections, alga or bacteria. The JKI-Institute for Application Techniques in...
Identifying current knowledge gaps and potentially efficient strategies to control "Spotted Wing Drosophila"
J-TEAM is Jens Keilwagen from JKI, Stefan Posch and Jan Grau from Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg
The Agriculture Ministers of Germany and Uruguay signed cooperation agreement
Expert discussion from 02 to 03 February 2017
24 - 27 January in Essen, Germany
1) Invasive species and 2) spot farming with autonomous agricultural machinery
Publication of a commentary article in the Journal "Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution" got a great deal of attention during the last weeks....
Scientists from JKI Quedlinburg and Halle University developed model to predict transcription factor binding site in the genome
Euphresco - Network for phytosanitary research coordination and funding
Announcing the start of the joint research project AGRO-DE coordinated by the Julius Kühn Institute
Swiss and German scientists are testing the efficacy of a coating with amygdalin to protect cereal grains during storage