ILVO shows in Oudenaarde at the Werktuigendagen (Machinery Days) once again suprising, useful innovations from agricultural research
Our soils provide us with not only food, but also a wide range of ecosystem services such as carbon storage and water storage. Due in part to the changing climate and intensive soil management, severa...
June 2021 saw the first demonstration of a special chain of innovative technologies on a Belgian maize field, which over time promises dramatically more sustainable weed control.
Carrying out an objective hyperspectral measurement of the quality of leeks during cultivation, transport and storage, and linking this back to field data and storage parameters: that is the aim of th...
In the DigiHub, with ILVO as one of the partners, SMEs can now address questions about digitization, and a bridge is built between the business and research worlds.
First technical innovations within the OPTIMA project after tests in carrot, grape and apple production
Tractors running on biogas? Electricity and heat from solar panels? Heat from a heat pump? The recently-started Horizon 2020 project RES4LIVE aims at replacing fossil fuels on livestock farms with cos...
Automated weed control in vegetable beds: the aim is to develop a multi-purpose and affordable robot platform specifically for vegetable cultivation on beds
AEMON is looking for a way to automatically detect ammonia concentrations and eventually link that data to automatically-driven wind screens.