Institute full name:

University of Pannonia, Georgikon Faculty, Department of Crop Production and Soil Science

Institute acronym:

UP

Institute profile:

The Georgikon Faculty of the University of Pannonia is the first regular agricultural higher education institution on the Continent of Europe (established in 1797), and it performs extensive international research programs in soil and environmental sciences, land use, plant production as well as agro-informatics. The university has a wide range of graduate and postgraduate courses for international students, as well as established doctoral schools in the different disciplines. The Department of Plant Production and Soil Science has been running several long-term field experiments since the 1960-ies in which the effect of different rates and forms of fertilizers, soil tillage and crop rotation as well as different systems of organic matter and crop residue management can be studied. The department is also in charge of organizing and supervising the National Long-term Field Trial Network. Data base consisted of soil, plant and climatic data from the field experiments and pilot areas are available for research.

Institute website

http://www.georgikon.hu/tanszekek/ppss/en/

Address

Festetics u. 7
8360 Keszthely
Hungary

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 Involved Personnel

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Dr. Tamás Kismányoky
Professor Emeritus

Tel: +36 83 545 147
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Agronomist, coordination of research projects, soil fertility, nutrient management, agronomy, analysing organic and inorganic nitrogen, phosphor and potassium content of soils, soil physical properties in different types of soil managements

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Dr. Zoltán Tóth
associate professor

Tel: +36 83 545 068
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Agronomist, soil fertility, soil tillage, influence of crop rotations and crop residue management on crop production and soil properties, coordination of research projects. 23 ZToth

Dr. Brigitta Tóth
assistant professor

Tel: +36 83 545 322
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Soil scientist, soil physics, soil hydrology, data mining, soil databases, pedotransfer functions. 23 BToth

Project partners can apply for registration by sending an email to: harm.gooren@wur.nl or klaas.oostindie@wur.nl

This project has received funding from:

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the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Programme for research & innovation under grant agreement no 63570


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Chinese Academy of Sciences


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Swiss State Secretariat for Education, Research and Innovation. Contract: 15.0170-1