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The Thuenen-Institute of Organic Farming is part of the German Federal Research Institute of Rural Areas, Fishery and Forestry. The function of the research institute is the development of the 'Organic Farming of Tomorrow' and independend recommendation to the German government in all fields related to organic farming. The experimental focus lies on the development of organic animal husbandry systems.
The Department of Organic Agriculture (GFO) is part of Kiel University in Germany. GFO carries out research in the fields of low-input and organic farming with special emphasis on N and energy use efficiency of different crops and farming systems. Other research areas are legume N2 fixation, nitrate leaching and GHG-emissions from agricultural crops. GFO conducts organic long-term experiments involving different farming systems and permanent grassland. GFO cooperates intensively with a networ...
Verbund Ökohöfe e.V. was founded in 2006. The association's main activity is the continuous development of various organic regulations as well as the corresponding control and certification of companies. Other activities include agricultural and horticultural production, food processing, forestry, beekeeping, fish farming. Regulations are currently under development for plant breeding and animal transportation.
Saproplant is a private, owner-managed company based in Duisburg, Germany.
The aim of our activities is to support and develop sustainable ecological agriculture as well as the preservation of natural wealth and soil fertility. The company specialises in supplying agricultural, horticultural and landscaping businesses with certified natural ecological fertilisers and soil improvers based on Sapropel. Saproplant is published on the "input lists" of FiBL Germany (Research Institute for Organ...