BIOVINE aims to develop natural solutions based on plant diversity to control pests (intended as harmful organisms, including arthropods, nematodes, oomycetes and fungi), reduce pesticide dependence, increase plant health and services provided from the ecosystems to humans.
Strategies developed in BIOVINE exploit plant diversity in the vineyard to control pests, providing farmers alternative solutions to pesticides. Project activities involve vineyards in France, Italy, Romania, Slovenia, Spain and Switzerland.
1 May 2021
After three years of researches and studies on several aspects of biodiversity in viticulture, the BIOVINE Consortium as a whole is proud and happy to announce that in the final, public, and on-line event (on 27 May 2021 […]
1 December 2019
UCSC is attending the “1st International Electronic Conference on Agronomy” (https://iecag2021.sciforum.net) from 3 to 17 May 2021 presenting their research performed within the project (https://sciforum.net/paper/view/9721). SCV and Agroscope attended to the “55th Croatian & 15th International Symposium on Agriculture” […]