Projekte Ergebnisse für «hohmann»

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Microbials

... r biocontrol 300’000 Dr. Pierre Hohmann FIBL, Crop Science AGRIBIOME 300&...

Microbials

... r biocontrol 300’000 Dr. Pierre Hohmann FIBL, Crop Science AGRIBIOME 300&...

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AGRIBIOME– Plant Microbiome Recruitment for Superior Agricultural Systems

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Kooperation

This project is one of the seven winners of the «Microbials - Direct Use of Micro-Organisms», call 2019. Project partners: FiBL; ETH Zürich; KWS Saat SE; Getreidezüchtung Peter Kunz

Projektdaten

  • Projekt-Nr: GRS-082/19 
  • Förderbeitrag: CHF 299'000 
  • Bewilligung: 30.10.2019 
  • Dauer: 04.2020 - 03.2023 
  • Handlungsfeld: Microbials, seit 2016

Projektleitung

Abstract

AGRIBIOME will advance sustainable crop production by developing novel, microbiome-based breeding tools. These tools will generate resilient plants recruiting a functional microbial community that synergistically interacts with its host.
We envisage that microbiome-based ecosystem services can be steered by bio-inoculation and breeding. The main goals of AGRIBIOME are to (i) identify microbial hubs (highly connected taxa in microbial networks) regulated by plant genotype while mitigating biotic stresses, (ii) develop molecular markers for plant traits associated with recruitment of beneficial microbes, (iii) establish a new generation of plant probiotics that predictably and consistently enhance crop resilience and (iv) utilise knowledge on microbiome engineering to predict crop disease resistance towards holobiont-based breeding programmes. The outcome of this project will set a precedent for other crop species and cultivation issues employing the holobiont concept that regards the crop species as an ecological unit consisting of the plant and its associated microbial community.

Was ist das Besondere an diesem Projekt?

AGRIBIOME will develop innovative tools to harness microbiome functions for breeding and seed health strategies while addressing the demand for less dependency on soybean imports and fuel-based inputs, thus, achieving more sustainable and circular food production in Europe as requested by civil societies and policy makers. This will strengthen environmental and climate-smart primary plant production and provide consumers with healthy and safe food along with affordable diets.

Stand/Resultate

To be added during the project

Publikationen

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Medienecho

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Am Projekt beteiligte Personen

Dr. Pierre Hohmann, project leader, Senior Scientist, FiBL
Dr. Monika Messmer, Head of Plant Breeding, FiBL,
Prof. Dr. Bruno Studer, Head of Molecular Plant Breeding, ETH Zurich
Lukas Wille, PostDoc, Plant Breeding Group, FiBL
Dr. Martin Hartmann, Senior Scientist, Sustainable Agroecosystems, ETH Zurich
Dr. Klaus Oldach, Pre-breeder, KWS Saat SE
Dr. Nora Temme, Manager Biologicals, KWS Saat SE
Herbert Völkle, Director of Swiss organic breeder Getreidezüchtung Peter Kunz

Letzte Aktualisierung dieser Projektdarstellung  11.02.2020