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As the climate warms up, more and more farmers in Switzerland need to irrigate their crops. This is problematic because many rivers carry less water. If the increase in water use is limited, agricultural production will not be significantly lowered.
The new Feed Database offers selective access to roughage values from the Roughage Survey for a specific region and altitude in Switzerland – and much more. In addition to this, the mean values of nutrients and nutritive values for over 600 single feeds and roughages for livestock can be accessed, as before.
‘Researching for organic agriculture’ was the guiding theme of the 2012 edition of the Agroscope Annual Report. Providing various examples, we show the contribution that Agroscope research projects make to organic agriculture, and the ways in which Agroscope cooperates with the Research Institute of Organic Agriculture FiBL.
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