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Division of Food Production and Society


ECONUTRI has 30 participating partners from 13 different countries, including China. Photo: ECONUTRI
Active Last updated: 22.01.2024
End: apr 2026
Start: nov 2022

Innovative concepts and technologies for ECOlogically sustainable NUTRIent management in agriculture aiming to prevent, mitigate and eliminate pollution in soils, water and air

Status Active
External project link ECONUTRI homepage
Start - end date 01.11.2022 - 30.04.2026
Project manager Ingunn M. Vågen
Division Division of Food Production and Society
Department Horticulture
Total budget 55.609.163
Funding source EU – Horisont Europa (EC/HEU)

The general objective of ECONUTRI is to optimize, validate, and demonstrate nature-based novel solutions adapted into a holistic concept, which contribute to reduction of NO3-N and P leaching, control of N losses through ammonia volatilization, and mitigation of GHG emissions originating from the agricultural sector, including both plant and animal production. To achieve this objective, ECONUTRI aims further to disseminate and scale up the application of these novel technologies, and support EU farmers and scientists through training and education to implement nature based nutrient management tools that would improve air, soil and water quality in Europe and China, and contribute to mitigation of global climate change.