Scientific Papers and Training Materials

 

 

SCIENTIFIC  PUBLICATIONS (peer reviewed papers, articles, posters, abstracts, etc) produced by PANACEA Network.

A value chain approach to improve biomass policy formation

Non-food crops for the European bioeconomy will benefit from cross sectoral policy that addresses challenges in each value chain stage, fosters resource efficiency and leverages specific strengths for agriculture and industry within European regions.

 

Competitive priorities to address optimisation in biomass value chains: the case of biomass CHP

Non-food crop value chains are essential for the European bioeconomy however their integration to local agricultural systems is still low. Identifying their competitive priorities will enable the development of optimisation strategies and foster sustainability and resource efficiency. Apendix.

 

Crambe (Crambe abyssinica Hochst): A Non-Foo Oilseed Crop with Great Potential: A Review

Dulan Samarappuli 1, Federica Zanetti 2 , Sara Berzuini 2 and Marisol T. Berti 1,*
1 Department of Plant Sciences, North Dakota State University, Fargo, ND 58104, USA;
Dulan.Samarappuli@ndsu.edu
2 Department of Agricultural and Food Sciences (DISTAL), Alma Mater Studiorum—Università di Bologna,
40127 Bologna, Italy; federica.zanetti5@unibo.it (F.Z.); sara.berzuini2@unibo.it (S.B.)
* Correspondence: Marisol.Berti@ndsu.edu; Tel.: +1-701-231-6110

Received: 27 July 2020; Accepted: 9 September 2020; Published: 12 September 2020

 

Promising alternative crops to be introduced in Europe areas and the available on-line tools

Contextualization of MAGIC & PANACEA projects. Presentation of the most promising alternative crops to be introduced in Europe areas and the available on-line tools.

TRAININIG MATERIAL

will include non-food crops synthetic fact sheets, considering the following NFCs subcategories and crops:

FACTSHEET_CAMELINA

FACTSHEET_HEAR

FACTSHEET_MISCANTHUS

FACTSHEET_SORGHO

FACTSHEET_SWITCHGRASS

FACTSHEET_TRITICALE

 

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TRAINING MATERIALS of different Value Chain Events

Value Chain Event on Oilseed Crops_Imperial College London, 27/3/19 – PROGRAM

  1. Promising oilseed crops for Europe which could be grown on marginal lands (by Efi Alexopoulou)
  2. Bioeconomy as Territorial Regeneration (by Cecilia Giardi)
  3. Chemical Industry Needs From Oilseed Crops (by Jean-Luc Dubois)
  4. The present status and challenges for cultivation of castor in Brazil (by Liv Severino)
  5. Developing harvesting systems for oil crops the case of cardoon (by Luigi Pari)
  6. Saving the rainforest_Environmental impacts of camelina and cambe (by Nils_Rettenmaier)
  7. LIBBIO Lupin beauty from marginal soils (by Rob Van Haren)
  8. Sustainable camelina value chain in Spain (by Yuri Herreras Yambanis)
  9. What is needed for the Next phase in Castors evolution? (by Yuval Peles)

Linked EU projects MAGIC H2020

Value Chain Event on Diversification and new crops_INTIA_Spanish Coop, Navarra_Spain 4-5/06/19

„Knowledge Transfer and training day“ PROGRAM

  1. Leguminosas Yeros, almortas, altramuces (by Lucía De la Rosa Fernández INIA)
  2. El Cultivo de la Soja (by Santiago Matesanz de Diego Leche Pascual)
  3. Leguminosas LUPINO (by María José Suso CSIC)
  4. Producción y consumo sostenible de proteína vegetal en Navarra. PROTEVEG (by Luis Orcaray Eche
  5. Sorgo Grano (by Luis Miguel Arregui UPNA)
  6. DIVERSIFICACIÓN Y NUEVOS CULTIVOS (By Pablo Fernandez PANACEA partner)
  7. Juan Sagarna. Cooperativas Agroalimentarias de España) Situación, mercado y necesidades emergentes de los cultivos no alimentarios en la Bioeconomia (BY 
  8. El cultivo de Camelina (by Anibal Capuano CAMELINA COMPANY ESPAÑA SL)
  9. 9_
  10. Experiencias con cultivos aromático-medicinales (by J. A. Lezáun, INTIA)
  11. Colza – Plantas acompañantescompañeras (by J. A. Lezáun, INTIA)
  12. Experiencia con la BIOMASA de cultivos (by Alberto Lafarga, INTIA)
  13. Experiencias con ROTACIONES (by Jesús Goñi Rípodas INTIA)

Value Chain Event on Sugar Beet for Ethanol, ACRRES, Lelystad, The Netherlands July 4 2019

„Sugar Beet for Ethanol“ PROGRAM & presentations

All presentations of the seminar “Biethanol”

  1. Welcome and Presentation ACRRES | Herman Schoorlemmer
    From CHEMBEET via In Nije DEI to Biethanol | Hans van Klink
    (Dutch Sustainable Development)
  2. Sustainability of the sugar beet | Elke Breitmayer (Nova Institute)
  3. Sugar from sugar beets as a building block for the chemical industry | Willem Sederel
    (BioBased Delta)
  4. The necessary context for low-carbon transport and chemistry | finding sustainable feedstocks,
    technology and policy | Eric van der Heuvel (Platform Biobrandstoffen)
  5. Optimizing crop rotation using sugar beets | Hans Langeveld (Biomass Research)
    The future of sugar beet cultivation in the EU | Alexander Krick | (CIBE)
  6. Potential for bioethanol (from sugar beet) as raw material for ethylene | Andrew Simpson
    (TechnipFMC)
  7. Results Menti

“Working day” of the training course for agronomists.

The course was focused on the value chains of cardoon, safflower and hemp, with and an overview on energy crops (in particular Miscanthus and Giant reed) and  the related environmental aspects.

  1. AGENDA
  2. AGENDA
  3. CIANCALEONI
  4. LOCANDINA
  5. CIANCALEONI
  6. FALCE_CARDON AND SAFFLOWER
  7. PARI_INTRODUCTION
  8. RAGAGLINI_ENERGY CROPS
  9. RAGAGLINI_HEMP

 

JORNADA DE FORMACIÓN AGRICULTORES

„CULTIVOS ALIMENTARIOS Y NO ALIMENTARIOS EN UNA ROTACIÓN CEREALISTA“ 9 de diciembre de 2019 Cooperativa Cerealista Valdorba, Barásoain, Navarra ESPAÑA

  1. AGENDA_Programa-Formación Farmers _PANACEA_Valdorba_Spain_09DIC19
  2. ROTACIONES
  3. OLEAGINOSAS_ GIRASOL, COLZA, CAMELINA y LINO
  4. LEGUMINOSAS_GUISANTES, GARBANZOS y HABAS
  5. FORRAJES_VEZA, LLUEJO, TRITICALE, AVENA, GUISANTE, CEBADA, TITARROS, RAYGRAS, CENTENO, ALHOLVA Y ALTRAMUZ
  6. ALTERNATIVOS_Experiencias locales con especies alternativas
  7. PROYECTOS EU_AGRI

 

COMPARISON STUDY ON THE PHYTOREMEDIATION POTENTIAL OF THREE ENERGY CROPS

  1. Kotoula, E.G. Papazoglou (2020). COMPARISON STUDY ON THE PHYTOREMEDIATION POTENTIAL OF THREE ENERGY CROPS. 28th International Symposium of the International Scientific Center for Fertilizers (CIEC): Fertilization and Nutrient Use Efficiency in the Mediterranean Environments, Athens, Greece.

 

Tolerance to Drought andWater Stress Resistance Mechanism of Castor Bean

The aim of this work was to investigate the level of castor bean tolerance to drought and its possession of a water stress resistance mechanism by applying three di
erent water regimes in a glasshouse pot experiment conducted for two years.

 

Value Chain Event on Carbohydrate and Specialty Industrial

Agrifood Research and Technology Centre of Aragón, Zaragoza, Spain presents how Farmers growing MAPs can be key actors in producing high added value products such as biochemicals pharmaceuticals and bio composites and improve their revenue. NEW Opportunities

 

The MediOpuntia project

Promoting cactus plantation on large scale in marginal lands of Mediterranean countries.

Faculdade de Ciências e Tecnologia presented Value chain event on Carbohydrate and Specialty Industrial Crops, Opportunities for the agriculture sector .