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Rhs practical horticulture level 2

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Rhs practical horticulture level 2

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What is E.H.Rhs?

The E.H.Rhs is the European horticultural research network run by Ghent University and funded by the European Union. Its main purpose is to provide timely, quality and relevant knowledge and skills for researchers and practitioners in the agricultural, forestry, energy and food sectors.

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There are several common misconceptions about ECAR that underlie its ineffectiveness as a quality assurance or quality control organisation. Some research institutions participating in ECAR appear to only want to join the network to benefit from financial support rather than to deliver the best quality outcomes for their area of research. Others are so concerned about organisational boundaries that they fail to cooperate in solving problems. ECAR’s strategy is not very well defined, thus the potential to deliver real benefits to member institutions has not been fully realised. Some member institutions take advantage of ECAR’s financial support by putting little or no effort into realising the potential for shared scientific activities and benefits. Yet, many of these same institutions rely heavily on a core of research staff that share little with other participating members and come up with more often than not uncoordinated proposals for research support. Finally, research projects, and most of the proposals that ECAR offers for this support, are too focused on the scientific subject under study and not broad enough to tap into the potential benefits for plant, animal and environmental sciences. Overall, this lack of shared scientific practice makes ECAR an organisation that is unable to deliver any real added value to the participating member institutions.

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See what we're doing about ECAR, from research and networking to skills and facilities.

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Alderman spoke about activities at the national level where the movement of horticultural practices is necessary and how the plant breeding, breeding and varieties development activities of Ghent University helped to bring them closer together. He explained that this started from the 1980s onwards when the horticultural activities at the Department of Plant and Environment Sciences at the University developed. Initially, these activities focussed on breeding of vines, which they conducted together with the Institute of Vines and Jams of Ghent University. As part of these activities, an orchard and a laboratory were created, in which they undertook the first stone fruit testing and the first development of seedling systems in the region.

Later on, Alderman gave an account of a trial in De Panne with the Institute for Agricultural Science. The University of Ghent, together with the farmers of the region, wanted to improve their performance and their decision making by using the value chain approach.Eles investigaram as opções para um pomar em De Panne com 2,8 hectares da fazenda agrícola Ghent em abril de 2009. Os resultados deste experimento mostraram os efeitos positivos da abordagem na tomada de decisão dos agricultores. Os resultados mostraram que os agricultores podiam aumentar suas margens de lucro em 25-30% e que também tinham confiança para alternar entre os pomares.

Alderman encerrou sua apresentação dizendo que a Universidade estava muito interessada em apoiar os agricultores de Ghent para fazer uso dos resultados desses e de futuros experimentos e esforços. Ele enfatizou que o próximo passo é estimular as pesquisas realizadas na Universidade no campo e nos laboratórios para disponibilizá-las aos agricultores. As atividades docentes foram por este motivo e ele fez questão de colaborar no desenvolvimento de um programa de formação e apoio para a região.

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A Universidade de Ghent abriga um instituto de patologia de plantas, o PLAINBOK (PLANT GROWTH INSTITUTE): uma nova organização onde especialistas das áreas regionais de biologia de plantas, proteção de plantas, ciências ecológicas, genética e biotecnologia de plantas se reúnem em uma instituição. Este instituto é projetado para promover o crescimento das plantas e a pesquisa em saúde, abordar problemas de pragas e promover a troca de informações entre as disciplinas. A Universidade já acolhe vários centros, tanto nas faculdades de horticultura como de silvicultura, que realizam palestras, discutem os trabalhos em curso e apresentam uma plataforma de intercâmbio para todos os membros. Esses centros funcionam por meio de equipes próprias de instrutores. A ideia do PLAINBOK, que foi bem recebida por todos


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