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- Prof. Cakmak continues his research activities at the IAPN

Ismail Cakmak, professor for plant nutrition and plant physiology from Turkey, will continue his activities at the IAPN and at the Department of Crop Sciences, in the Section of Plant Nutrition and Crop Physiology at the... more

- Wheat: a cornerstone of world nutrition

Two internationally recognized experts on global food and wheat production attended the sixth event of the series "IAPN in Dialogue" that took place on December 6th, 2016 in Goettingen. more

- IAPN has published Annual Report 2015

IAPN has published its annual report titled “Annual Report 2015: Research on sustainable plant nutrition“. more

- Sustainable Intensification for a viable future

On 12 July 2016, Prof. Dr. Klaus Dittert spoke on the options of sustainably increasing agricultural yields, as proposed by Prof. Dr. Bernward Märländer and himself. This lecture was part of a series held at the University of... more

- IAPN in Dialogue discusses “Potato Potentials in Africa”

As part of its series of events “IAPN in Dialogue” the Institute of Applied Plant Nutrition – IAPN focused on the importance of potatoes as a means of fighting hunger and poverty in Africa. more

- PhD student of the International Potato Center stayed at IAPN

James Njeru Mugo, PhD student at the International Potato Center, Nairobi Branch, Kenya, stayed at IAPN. The methods he has developed at IAPN are now used for the further development of potato cultivation in the highlands of... more

- Prof. Cakmak again conducts research at the IAPN

Ismail Cakmak, professor for plant nutrition and plant physiology, will spend one year for a research and teaching stay at the IAPN. He aims to investigate open questions on the role of plant nutrients in improving stress... more

- Contributions to the 2nd Magnesium Symposium published in journal special edition

The contributions to the 2nd International Symposium on Magnesium have been published in the December edition of Australian journal Crop & Pasture Science. The symposium featured discussion of recent research results on the role... more