Documentation of the TRUE Legume Innovation and Networking (LIN) Workshops of the continental region

 

Presentations

Excursion

  • Insights into a successful lentil growers’ initiative/ visit of growing, processing and selling sites - Excursion to “Alb-Leisa”/ Lauteracher Alb-Feldfrüchte, Swabian Alb

 

Presented Posters

 

No. 1) Endophytic Fusarium equiseti stimulates plant growth and reduces root rot disease of pea (Pisum sativum L.) - Adnan Šišić, University of Kassel, Germany

No. 2) Susceptibility of Potentially Useful Cover Crop Species to Soil-borne Pathogens - Maria Finckh, University of Kassel, Germany

No. 3) Legume production in Croatia - Mislav Marelja, Luma-prom doo, Croatia

No. 4) Usage of the leguminous plants in green manuring at Home farm Vukelić - Amalka Vukelić, Centar Dr. Rudolfa Steinera, Croatia

No. 5) Pulses in short food supply chains – from small-scale farms to urban gastronomy - Attila Krall, Agri Kulti Nonprofit Ltd., Hungary

No. 6.) Why is lentil (lens culinaris) cultivation a story of success in south-west Germany? - Ann-Marleen Rieps, University of Hohenheim, Germany

No. 7.) Why is soybean (Glycine max) cultivation a story of success in south-west Germany? - Ann-Marleen Rieps, University of Hohenheim, Germany

No. 8) The global field project in Berlin and the proportion of protein plants globally - Sophia Tadesse, 2000 m²/Global Field Berlin, Germany

No. 9) Exemplary Demonstration Network for Cultivation and Utilization of Lupins: “Lupin-Network” - Annett Gefrom, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern Research Centre for Agriculture and Fisheries, Project coordination LUPINEN-NETZWERK, Germany

No. 10) Science, economy and society – making ecosystem services from legumes competitive (A research strategy of the German Agricultural Research Alliance, DAFA) - Martin Köchy, German Agricultural Research Alliance (DAFA), Germany

No. 11) Soy-Network: A demonstration network to expand and improve the cultivation and utilization of soybeans in Germany - Sylvia Tschigg, Bavarian Institute for Agriculture, Project coordination “Soja-Netzwerk”, Germany

No. 12) Establishment of a knowledge transfer network for cultivation and utilisation of field peas and field beans in Germany (DemoNetErBo) - Ulrich Quendt, Department for Agriculture Hessen, Project coordination “Demonstrationsnetzwerk Erbse/Bohne”, Germany

No. 13) LeguAN Project - Bruno Kezeya Sepngang, University for Applied Sciences SWF, Germany

No. 14) Transition paths to sustainable legume based systems in Europe (TRUE): General project information - Henrik Maaß, University of Hohenheim, Germany

No. 15) Overview of WP3 (Nutrition and Product Development): Tasks to be developed within - Ana Maria Gomes, Universidade Católica Portuguesa, Portugal

No. 16) Innovative Cooking with Pulses - Cecilia Antoni, Beanbeat.de, Germany

No. 17) ECOTOAST®: “Roast you legume on you own farm” - The first compact roast (Toast) plant in the world - Lutz Wudtke, agrel GmbH agar entwicklungs labor, Germany

No. 18) SILATOAST (Pea/Field Bean): Combined fermentation and thermical treatment - Lutz Wudtke, agrel GmbH agar entwicklungs labor, Germany

No. 19) Blue lupine (Lupinus angustifolius) as ingredient in aquaculture feed - Monika Weiß, Alfred-Wegener-Institute for Polar and Marine Research, Germany

No. 20) Cereal-legume intercropping for more environmentally- and economically-sustainable brewing and distilling - Pietro Iannetta, James Hutton Institute, Scotland, UK

No. 21) Schwarzwald-MISO - Peter Koch, Schwarzwald-Miso, Germany

No. 22) Premium Fava beans - Alexander Rosenow, Fava Trading GmbH & Co. KG, Germany

No No.) Biofarm Lentil Project - Hans Georg Kessler, Biofarm Genossenschaft, Switzerland