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Science Impact publication

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Science Impact has published an interview with Dagmar Janovská and the article "Improving diversity in cereals".
(27.11.17)

Minor cereals attracted visitors at the field day in Nabočany, Czech Republic, 13-14 June 2017

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Around 4000 visitors - farmers, farmer advisors, breeders, researchers and students of agricultural schools as well as public at large - came to the field day at Nabočany near Chrudim on each of the two-day event. Minor cereals - spelt, einkorn, emmer, rye and oats - to be viewed at the field plots attracted a big interest amongst the visitors. The interest in minor cereals is growing every year, and most so amongst organic farmers.
(27.6.17)

General Assembly meeting, Crete, 10-12 May 2017

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The HealthyMinorCereals partners and WP leaders met in Crete at the 4th General Assembly meeting. We were honoured by the presence of Marios Markakis from the European Commission.
(25.5.17)

Press release - May 2017

HealthyMinorCereals project will be presented at the stakeholder workshop on Saturday 13 May starting at 10h at the Livadopa Field Research Station, Sivas Village, on Crete. Public and journalists are welcomed.
(8.5.17)

Twitter account

You can now follow us also on Twitter
https://twitter.com/MinorCereals_eu
(2.5.17)

Publications

Scientific paper: Evaluation of resistance against common bunt in spelt wheat

Dumalasová, V., Hanzalová, A., Bartoš, P. and Chrpová, J.
6.3.17

Abstract: Aegilops distribution revision

Holubec, V. et al.
6.3.17

Media

Science Impact publication

foto
Science Impact has published an interview with Dagmar Janovská and the article "Improving diversity in cereals".
(27.11.17)

Press release - May 2017

HealthyMinorCereals project will be presented at the stakeholder workshop on Saturday 13 May starting at 10h at the Livadopa Field Research Station, Sivas Village, on Crete. Public and journalists are welcomed.
(8.5.17)
Jana Chrpová of the Crop Research Institute in Prague presents the potential of minor cereals for organic farming and their value in human nutrition.
Video by Profipress, June 2016
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