"Crop rotation good opportunity to research residues"

At pepper nursery Kwekerij Van der Burg in Elst (Netherlands), the time has come to remove the pepper crops to make way for new plants. For Dewi Hartkamp, program manager at Stichting Innovatie Glastuinbouw Nederland (SIGN), this is a perfect opportunity to take a closer look at the juices and fibers of the pepper plants. She's doing this for a study into circular application of residues.

Source: Twitter Peter Oei, SIGN

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