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Meetings with farmers in Northrhine Westfalia and Alsace

Witin the workpackage 5, several meetings with the cooperating farmers have been organized in order to discuss and optimize the regional SRC value...
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Manual plantation in Wuppertal, North Rhine-Westphalia

In order gain information on the time and cost efficiency of manual planting, a time study has been carried out during the manual planting operations...
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STEMSTER harvest in Buggingen - February 15, 2010

The CREFF group attended a STEMSTER harvest in Buggingen, Germany on February 15, 2010 (photocredit: FVA).
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Excursion Steering Committee meeting around Freiburg - September 29, 2009

The Freiburg Steering Committe meeting (September 29, 2009) was concluded by an excursion on willow and paulownia plantations in the neighbourhoood.
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Photo gallery - Kick-off meeting / Excursion

Kick-off meeting - February 4-5, 2009 - Champenoux, France - Excursion Vosges
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Photo gallery - Kick-off meeting / Dinner

Kick-off meeting - February 4, 2009 - Champenoux, France - Dinner, Nancy city center
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Excursion poplar plantations Center of France - 21-22 October 2008

Pictures presenting the poplar plantations managed by the Experimental Unit of INRA Orléans in Blois and in Vatan, in October 2008.
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Excursion willow plantations Brittany - 5-6 November 2008

Pictures presenting the willow plantations installed under the framework of the Wilwater project by the Agricultural Chamber of Brittany and the AILE...
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Postdam joint call SRC conference - September 9, 2008

In september 2008, a kick-off meeting involving the three projects selected in the ERA-Net joint call on SRC was held in Potsdam, Germany.
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