Search results for Non-inversion tillage

Research projects

Developing effective methods for the surveillance of non-European Tephritids on Belgian territory

Main research questionTrue fruit flies of non-European origin (Diptera: Tephritidae) are devasting pests on fruit and vegetables. They could potentially also be harmful to crops in Belgium. To prevent the establishment and spread of true fruit flies in Belgium, it is important to detect these flies as early as possible.

Developing effective methods for the surveillance of non-European Tephritids on Belgian territory

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Public and non-profit sector

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The public and non-profit sector are also welcome to participate.

Public and non-profit sector

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Erosion

., by building thresholds between ridges and clearing tire tracksErosion and non-inversion tillage ILVO has been doing research on non-inversion tillage for years, both on practical fields and on long-term trial fields, whether or not in collaboration with practical centers at home and abroad.

Research projects

Prevention and remediation of soil compaction

This research project addresses those concerns by evaluating specific soil compaction remediation methods and by educating farmers about ways to prevent soil compaction.Research approachWe perform experiments on various farmers' fields to test soil compaction prevention and remediation techniques (e.g. deep tillage, crop rotation, cover crops).

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