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New publication! Read about farmers’ willingness to adopt SRP

Short rotation plantations (SRP) with poplars can contribute to bioeconomy by satisfying the rising demand for lignocellulosic material and thus help realizing the transition from using nonrenewable resources to renewable resources for energy and material production. Moreover, poplar plantations can provide positive environmental impacts such as landscape diversification, phytoremediation,...

New Job Offer

What: Project „Preparation of a Bavarian Biomass Resource Strategy – scientific basis and recommendations (BioReSt)” Where: Technische Universität München, Bavaria, Germany Language: German Due date: 28.02.2021 For detailed information, please see the PDF file.

Where to grow poplars?

New publication! The D4EU Coordinator Team addresses severe hurdles in the establishment of sustainable agricultural tree crops. For the establishment of poplar plantations a lot of different factors have to be taken into consideration. It is not only about to find the right soils or water conditions. You also...

New research about Tannin-based, eco-fungicidal packaging

New technical poster out now! Poplar bark, which currently serves primarily as a source for energy, will be used for an eco-fungicidal moulded fibre pulp for packaging. These fibre parts can replace plastics in packaging, are biodegradable and can also be recycled without any problems. The challenge was to...