In order to meet the demands of SMEs to be able to test innovative technologies also with small amounts of (protein-rich) raw materials, there is a clear need to invest in a separate space with innova...
How can a farmer guard against climate change? To answer that question, Sarah Garré, researcher at ILVO, plowed through more than 100 years of agricultural research. You can read the harvest of her r...
Weed detection via automatic drones, linked via 5G in real-time to the tractor.
How do individual agri-food company employees actually cope with digitalization in the workplace and digital transformation throughout the chain?
A new DNA-based analysis technique finds spoilage organisms in food that are not picked up by traditional analysis techniques.
Of all the protein crops suitable for human consumption, after soy, chickpea (Cicer arietinum) is particularly promising for cultivation and local processing in Flanders and Northwest Europe.
That is what Joris Relaes said during the Belgian potato trade show Interpom.
CYANTIR, a project by ILVO, UGent, Inagro, Sciensano and ULG, studies under controlled conditions the potential accumulation of toxic microcystin in lettuce, carrot and strawberry.
10 years ago, the Flemish Minister of Economy decided that the pilot infrastructure and technical advice for the food sector could be expanded significantly. On October 14, 2021 we celebrated this fes...