The Miguel Hernández University presented the LIFE SUBSED project with an intervention by Dr. Pilar Legua Murcia who, later, conducted a guided tour together with Dr. Dámaris Núñez Gómez at the experimental site of citrus cultivated on sed-based substrate.
* cover photo, from left: Antonio Rubio (Caliplant), Prof. Juan José Martínez (UMH), Aroa González (Caliplant), Prof. Pilar Legua (UMH), Prof. Vicente Lidon (UMH).
The Field-Futuro in Campo project (funded within the Rural Development Programme 2014-2020) aims to implement innovation transfer interventions in order to enhance the knowledge system and the transfer of innovation through dissemination actions.
The project aims to support the interventions aimed at carrying out activities for the dissemination of information relevant for the agricultural, food and forestry activities.
Dr. Cristina Macci, researcher of the research group of CNR-IRET of Pisa, was invited to present her experience with projects on sediment remediation and reuse and on the validation of circular economy models.
Therefore, on April 28th, Dr. Macci held an online lecture entitled “Sediment recycling in LIFE projects” (the presentation is downloadable at this link).
The creation of networks is one of the fundamental activities to fully exploit the synergy between different types of projects and financial support at national and European level.
The activities of the LIFE SUBSED project continue at the sites of the Italian and Spanish beneficiaries! Despite the difficulties related to the management of the COVID-19 pandemic and the delays in the progress of the planned actions, cultivation trials are progressing in parallel with the collection and analysis of data.
Here are some photos relating to the cultivation trials currently underway in Italy.
Monitoring on Calla lilies
Monitoring on Protea
Analysis on leaves of Protea with colorimeter
Here are some photos of the cultivation tests currently underway in Spain.
Gala Garcia Imbernon, director of Symborg, at the Caliplant experimental site
Lecture by UMH students at the experimental site of the LIFE SUBSED project
Even the dissemination activity does not stop!
The beneficiaries prepared and submitted two abstracts::
Landfarming to valorize phytoremediated marine sediments for their reuse In nursery “LIFE Subsed LIFE17 ENV/IT/000347” – Macci, S. Doni, E. Peruzzi, F. Vannucchi, M. Castellani, G. Masciandaro. Per XI International Symposium on Environmental Engineering. Torino 29 giugno-2 luglio 2020.
Recovery and environmental recycling of sediments: CNR-IRET Pisa experience – Macci, S. Doni, E. Peruzzi, F. Vannucchi, S. Lucchetti, M. Castellani, G. Masciandaro. Sednet 2021, 29 giugno-3 luglio, Lille University and Scientific Centre, Villeneuve d’Ascq, France.
A promotional video of the Life Subsed project was produced as part of #CREABREAK for # Innovazione2020, published on the CREA Youtube channel.
More info on the events and dissemination activities of the LIFE SUBSED project are available on the News and Events page!
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On Friday 18 December 2020 Miguel Agulló Velasco, President of COITAGRA (Colegio Oficial de Ingenieros Técnicos Agrícolas y Graduados de Alicante) visited the demonstration site of the LIFE SUBSED project at the Miguel Hernandez University.
The UMH team illustrated the objectives and expected results of the project and accompanied the President on a visit to the experimental site of the SUBSED project. During the visit, the qualities of the plants in cultivation and the potential of the substrate based on marine sediment were assessed.
During the visit, the opportunities of the LIFE program for the development of new eco-sustainable technologies were also discussed, solutions that represent an incentive to the transition of companies towards more conscious circular economy models.
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