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Deep Frontier

  • Challenging one last frontier: Understanding and improving deep rooting 

About the project

The project Deep Frontier aims at increasing the exploitation of the subsoil resources by deep roots in order to enhance food production in a sustainable way.

The results will be able to contribute to climate change mitigation and improved soil iodiversity through the increased organic matter input to the soil, especially to deep soil layers.


2016.06.16 | Meeting

Stor interesse for røddernes hemmelige liv

Hvordan undersøger man rødder i fire og fem meters dybde? Hvad er perspektiverne i afgrøder med dybe rødder, og hvad betyder det for kulstoflagring, udbytte, sygdomme etc.? Det kunne man få indblik i, da projektet DeepFrontier for nylig holdt en velbesøgt Rodens Dag.

2016.04.13 | Research news

New ideas from international experts

The advisory board affiliated to the Deep Frontier project consists of a strong team of international experts. Last week, the team led a ph.d. course at the project facility at Højbakkegaard. The advisory board members also gave valuable input to the further development and design of the research taking place in the project.

2015.10.22 | News type

ICROFS-projekt går i dybden med dyrkningsjorden i FN's jordår

ICROFS store forskningsprojekt Deep Frontier, finansieret af Villumfonden, falder helt i tråd med FNs målsætning om at sætte særligt fokus på den truede dyrkningsjord i 2015 - International Year of the Soil.

DeepFrontier is funded by


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