OSMO - Resource-efficient agricultural soil management in a collaborative network

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The project aimed to improve farmers’ soil management skills and know-how on profitable and resource-efficient farming.

Project summary: 

Farmer know-how and the soil’s ability to grow are the most important agricultural resources. The OSMO-project delivers up-to-date knowledge on soil health management to farmers.

It also tests and develops new tools for soil health analysis and planning soil health management. The project aims to improve farmers’ soil management skills and know-how on profitable and resource-efficient farming.

 

Project results: 

28 different educational events (seminars, workshops, field days and study groups) with 810 participants.

Information about soil health management was widely disseminated especially via 23 articles in professional magazines and educational and other events.

Participants made many improvements to soil health management at a farm level.

The project helped to find out research questions for study in further projects.