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The use of biological indicators as tools for assessing the impact of agricultural practices in sustainability of olive grove. Sónia Alexandra Paiva Santos, Instituto Politécnico de Bragança (IPBragança). €189,234.
Integration of in situ biophysical information on crop and land surface with remotely sensed observations to model olive water use and irrigation scheduling at local and regional scales (H2OLIVE3S). Francisco Lúcio dos Reis Borges Brito dos Santos, Universidade de Évora (UE). €193,567.
DNA array for in planta detection and genotyping of quarantine phytopathogenic bacteria. Fernando Tavares, Instituto de Ciências e Tecnologias Agrárias e Agro-Alimentares - Porto (ICETA-Porto/ICETA). €152,813.
The role of weeds mycorrhiza on the growth of winter crops and interactions with native rhizobia under Mediterranean conditions. Mário josé Gouveia Pinto Rodrigues de Carvalho, Universidade de Évora (UE). €137,877.
Assessment of phosphorus bioavailability from animal manures applied to Portuguese soils and site vulnerability to phosphorus losses. Marta von Hafe Albuquerque Roboredo, Universidade de Trás-os-Montes e Alto Douro (UTAD). €186,622.
Ligand-binding stereospecificity of grapevine dirigent proteins: chiral induction for a new generation of fungicides. Sara Alexandra Valadas da Silva Monteiro, Instituto Superior de Agronomia (ISA/ULisboa). €183,760.
Improvement of soil-crop models of PTEs to assess impacts of soil contamination in agricultural areas and food chain risks to human and animal health in Portugal. Maria Eduarda da Cunha Pereira, Universidade de Aveiro (UA). €197,172.
Rhizospheric microbial consortia to increase nutrient use efficiency. A tool to be used in intensive farm systems. Cristina Cruz, Fundação da Faculdade de Ciências da Universidade de Lisboa, FP (FFC/FC/ULisboa). €199,440.