At this year’s BIOFACH, there will once again be a joint stand under the motto “Meeting point organic breeding”. This time, even more partners who are committed to organic breeding will be present.
The German breeder Christina Henatsch looks back on more than twenty years of biodynamic breeding and is intensively concerned with the question of which crops will feed us in the future.
For this year’s BIOFACH bioverita organized again a large joint stand under the slogan “Meeting Point Organic Breeding” – both as a contact point for comprehensive information and as a networking and discussion forum on organic breeding
A portrait of Arne von Schulz, who has been promoting bio-dynamic breeding for a long time as a vegetable gardener, breeder and seed propagator, but also on the boards of Kultursaat e.V. and bioverita.
With 37 newly certified vegetable varieties from organic breeding, the total list now comprises 164 varieties of 34 different vegetable crops.
Noémi Uehlinger, vegetable breeder at Sativa Rheinau AG for ten years, talks about her path to breeding and the constant balancing act in her everyday life.
At this year’s BIOFACH bioverita is organising a joint stand for the third time under the motto “Treffpunkt Bio-Züchtung” (Meeting Point Organic Breeding) with a large number of partners:inside who are committed to organic breeding.
This year’s BIOFACH will take place from July 26th to 29th. bioverita organizes a joint stand with the motto “Meeting Point Organic Breeding” with a large number of partners who are committed to organic breeding.
In September 2021, bioverita started a collaboration with Gut Wulfsdorf, a Demeter farm in Ahrensburg near Hamburg. The company has always attached great importance to open pollinated varieties.
Breeder Agata Leska from the GZPK reports on her many years of work on new pea varieties. Cultivating them is good for the soil and, as a source of protein, peas are an important food crop for humans and animals.