Collaborative Projects

The BonaRes funded research work aims at securing productivity and efficiency of soil as a resource in the long run and – if possible to enhance them. 10 interdisciplinary collaborative projects and the BonaRes-Centre help to ensure this goal by researching possibilities to optimize soil function and asking questions such as how can the use of water and nutrition be made more efficient or how can land use strategies and land use management be optimized?

April 09, 2021

New publication Soil³: Soil phosphorus cycling is modified by carbon and nitrogen fertilization in a long‐term field experiment

Ye Wang, Sara L. Bauke, Christian von Sperber, Federica Tamburini, Julien Guigue, Pauline Winkler, Klaus Kaiser, Bernd Honermeier, Wulf...

March 03, 2021

DiControl: New Publication

The rhizosphere is a hotspot of plant-microbial interactions and important for plant performance. In this study we analyzed which...

March 02, 2021

Vacancy: Researcher –Long-term Field Experiments (f/m/d)

The Leibniz Centre for Agricultural Landscape Research (ZALF) is offering an 80% position for 3 years subject to appropriation of funding at...