A team from the Department of Agronomy at the UCO has demonstrated, through field tests carried out during 8 agricultural seasons, that foliar feeding with fertilizer increases the concentration of zinc in wheat more than if it is applied to the soil

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Researchers from the Agronomy Department at the University of Cordoba have field tested a technology that takes advantage of excess pressure from the grid to generate energy, saving more than 2,000€ and 9 tonnes of CO2 per year.

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A team from the Department of Agronomy at the University of Cordoba (DAUCO) publishes the ideal ratio between phosphorus and zinc in soil for the proper fertilization of corn cultivated on lands with zinc deficiencies

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A paper from the Agronomy Department at the University of Cordoba and Southwest University (China) has advanced in the understanding of influencing factors in the formation of iron oxides that affect a soil's ability to be more agriculturally efficient

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The University of Cordobas's Agronomy Department (abbreviated to DAUCO in Spanish) reduced the occurrence of Verticillium wilt in a commercial olive plantation by applying an Integrated Disease Management strategy

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A University of Cordoba study maps out the characteristics of dehesa farms associated with feeding cooperatives in Los Pedroches and Upper Guadiato

A dehesa is a distinctive ecosystem in the Mediterranean areas of the Iberian Peninsula labeled High Nature Value due to the value of its ecosystem services and its role in conserving biodiversity. An image of vast land sprinkled with holm oaks and cork oaks where extensive farm animals graze is the most common one that comes to mind when describing the topic of the dehesa, but what occurs when we zoom in on this image?

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A study by researchers at the University of Córdoba has identified the olive varieties most resistant to an epidemic which could ruin the year’s harvest

Heavy rainfall in 1996 and 1997 provided the ideal conditions for the largest olive anthracnose epidemic recorded in recent decades, but at the same time prompted more intensive research into this pathogen.

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