CROPINNO Project on TV!
The development and adoption of climate-smart crops hold great promise in addressing the challenges posed by climate change. These crops have the potential to increase agricultural productivity, reduce the need for chemical inputs, and minimize the environmental impact of er challenging conditions.
CROPINNO story was presented in S08E34 of „Nauka privredi“ TV show, broadcasted by Radio Television of Vojvodina, the regional public broadcaster in the Serbian province of Vojvodina.
Climate-smart crops are the result of extensive research and genetic engineering, which targeted traits such as drought resistance, heat tolerance, and improved water and nutrient use efficiency. By enhancing these characteristics, scientists can create crops that can withstand extreme weather events, reduce water consumption, and maintain optimal yields even und farming practices.
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- Climate Crops Centre
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