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Optimising bio-based fertilisers in agriculture  – Providing a knowledge basis for new policies (LEX4BIO)

Optimising bio-based fertilisers in agriculture  – Providing a knowledge basis for new policies (LEX4BIO)

Implementation period: 2019-06-01 - 2023-05-31

Type: International

Division: Division of Biogenic Raw Materials

Title of the project: Optimising bio-based fertilisers in agriculture  – Providing a knowledge basis for new policies (LEX4BIO)

LEX4BIO aims to decrease European dependency on finite and imported, apatite-based phosphorus and energy-intensive mineral nitrogen fertilisers. This will be achieved through the implementation of several objectives including:

 

Programme: Horizon 2020 (Rural Renaissance)

Type of Action: Research & Innovation Action (RIA)

Duration: June 2019 – May 2023

Consortium: 21 partners in 14 European countries

Call: CE-RUR-08-2018: Closing nutrient cycles

EU Contribution: 5 999 969 EUR

Web-page: www.lex4bio.eu

Partners:

  1. LUONNONVARAKESKUS (LUKE) – FI, HELSINKI – LEADER
  2. PROMAN MANAGEMENT (PROMAN) – AT, AUERSTHAL
  3. JULIUS KUHN-INSTITUT (JKI) – DE, QUEDLINBURG
  4. KOBENHAVNS UNIVERSITET (UCPH) – DK, KOBENHAVN
  5. UNIVERSITAET FUER BODENKULTUR WIEN (BOKU) – AT, WIEN
  6. UNIVERSITEIT VAN AMSTERDAM (UvA) – NL, AMSTERDAM
  7. UNIVERSITAET HOHENHEIM (UHOH) – DE, STUTTGART
  8. FORSCHUNGSINSTITUT FUR BIOLOGISCHEN LANDBAU STIFTUNG (FiBL) – CH, FRICK
  9. UNIVERSIDAD DE SEVILLA (US) – ES, SEVILLA
  10. PANNON EGYETEM (UP) – HU, VESZPREM
  11. UNIVERSITEIT GENT (UG) – BE, GENT
  12. STIFTELSEN NORGES GEOTEKNISKE INSTITUTT (NGI) – NO, OSLO
  13. HELSINGIN YLIOPISTO (UH) – FI, Finland,
  14. AGRO INNOVATION INTERNATIONAL (AII-RG) – FR, SAINT-MALO
  15. LITORIJ UAB (ECP) – LT, VILNIUS
  16. RUOKAVIRASTO – FI, SEINAJOKI
  17. SOIL CARES RESEARCH BV (SC) – NL, WAGENINGEN
  18. EVROPROJECT OOD (EP) – BG, SOFIA
  19. FIELDSENSE A/S (FS) – DK, AARHUS
  20. INSTYTUT GOSPODARKI SUROWCAMI MINERALNYMI I ENERGIA PAN (PAS) – PL, KRAKOW
  21. AGRANA RESEARCH & INNOVATION CENTER GMBH – AT, WIEN

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No. 818309 (LEX4BIO)