Practice Abstracts

The TRUE Practice Abstracts are compiled in the Deliverable 1.9: Practice Abstracts I (19 Practice Abstracts) and  Deliverable 1.10: Practice Abstracts II (21 Practice Abstracts)

TRUE practice abstracts are also uploaded on the EIP Agri Service Point Platform


Practice Abstract 1. Impact of varying inorganic nitrogen supply on growth and yield of common bean grown hydroponically
Practice Abstract 2.What are the best companion crops for lentil?
Practice Abstract 3.Lupin in shrimp diets reduces cost and promotes animal health
Practice Abstract 4.How can greenhouse gas emissions in milk production be lowered?
Practice Abstract 5.Effects of inoculated legumes in intercropping systems on weeds and soil fertility in Kenya
Practice Abstract 6.The profitable integration of grain legumes: barley in Scotland as a case study
Practice Abstract 7.Cultivating faba bean as green manure in the Mediterranean region
Practice Abstract 8.Transition to legume biofertilizers for sustainable agriculture
Practice Abstract 9.Why and how to grow into a living mulch of in-crop clover
Practice Abstract 10.Using legumes as green manures in protected cropping
Practice Abstract 20.Grafting technique in common bean cultivation
Practice Abstract 21.Faba bean in salmon diets instead of fishmeal and GMO soy
Practice Abstract 22.Organic diets with home-grown feed sources for lactating sows and fattening pigs – Denmark
Practice Abstract 23.New rhizobia strains for common bean
Practice Abstract 24.New rhizobia for tephrosia and common beans
Practice Abstract 25.Developing elite-rhizobia inoculants to enhance legume crop performance and yield
Practice Abstract 26.Intercropping pea and barley for improved cereal mineral nutrition
Practice Abstract 27.Benefits and constraints for the introduction of lentils in rotations in temperate regions
Practice Abstract 28.How to use legumes to benefit pollinators
Practice Abstract 29.Sustainable crop rotations for soybean production in Southern Germany
Practice Abstract 30.Intercropping legumes with cereals to improve pest and weed control
Practice Abstract 31.How can legumes help in biomass production?
Practice Abstract 32.Selection of clovers for living mulches
Practice Abstract 33.Crop rotation schemes for organic common bean production under mild-winter climatic conditions


Practice Abstract 11.Legumes as an adjunct in beer production
Practice Abstract 12.Distilled spirit production can serve as a new legume market
Practice Abstract 13.Development and processing of protein rich vegetable foods
Practice Abstract 14.Extrusion as a way to develop new legume products
Practice Abstract 34.Update to brewing abstract – Pulses as an adjunct in beer production

Supply chain

Practice Abstract 15.Use your network for successful product development - the case of legume-based flours for gluten-free baked goods
Practice Abstract 16.How entrepreneurs can benefit from consumer focus groups
Practice Abstract 17.How to re-introduce traditional Hungarian legume land races in short food value chains?
Practice Abstract 18.Re-diversifying agri-food systems: growing soybean in Scotland
Practice Abstract 19.Opportunities of stakeholders for legume-based innovation. The case of Hungary.
Practice Abstract 35.Organizing a PGI/PDO labelled product (dried pulses)
Practice Abstract 36.Nordic consumers’ preferences for meat alternatives
Practice Abstract 37.Pulse consumption: potential drivers and barriers towards a sustainable diet
Practice Abstract 38.Guidance to the small-scale, organic growing of selected grain-legume species
Practice Abstract 39.Decision support system (DSS) Path Finder promotes sustainable legume path from farm to fork
Practice Abstract 40.Legumes and uptake – producers and consumers