Clover grass and lucerne have many tasks in organic arable farming: They serve as fodder, fix nitrogen, activate phosphorus, build up humus and provide perennial soil dormancy. Successful establishment is therefore very important, but often not always easy. Which forage legume-grass mixture and which seeding method (undersowing or blank seeding) suits the respective site can vary greatly. The Julius Kühn Institute and the Eberswalde University of Applied Sciences (HNEE) therefore invite practitioners, experts and students to an exchange at the HNEE Teaching and Research Station Wilmersdorf. There, the results on stand developments, sowing and cutting times as well as yields of eleven clover-grass varieties and nine lucerne-grass mixtures will be discussed.

Event dates: Thursday, 28.10.2021 from 10:00 to 13:00; at the Wilmersdorf Teaching and Research Station of the Eberswalde University of Applied Sciences, Wilmersdorfer Str. 23, 16278 Angermünde/Wilmersdorf.

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The event will take place exclusively outdoors in compliance with the applicable Covid hygiene regulations. To participate, please be tested negative, vaccinated or recovered.