High nutritional quality milk can be compatible with a sustainable production method that gives the farmer a decent income and also manages environmental constraints.
Tilling only where the crop will be sown looks like an attractive compromise for Wallonia’s farmers.
Whereas the initial stages of an infection are determined by the quality of the immune response, successful tissue invasion depends on access to the host’s nutritional resources.
Climate change has become a tangible reality affecting all of the world’s population and ecosystems at different levels. These changes are also accompanied by increased occurrence...
To ensure profitability, a cow has to calve once a year. Each missed cycle impacts directly on the farmer’s income. Detecting heat in order to carry out insemination is therefore vital.
After several decades of neglect, industrial hemp growing is making a come-back in Wallonia, with a few hectares under cultivation since 2006. CRA-W is playing a part in this resurgence,...
December 2013 - CRA-W and its Life Sciences department successfully developed and transferred a complete micro propagation technology to Nunhems, the vegetable seeds business of Bayer...
GPS has been a feature of our farms for several years now and is used as an aid to machine movements.
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