The debate over which management system (i.e. organic or conventional) is best geared towards feeding a growing population in the future has become a really popular topic on social media in the past few years; a debate that, had it taken place in a hypothetical bar, a hypothetical spectator would be guaranteed to witness a brawl.
I’m currently on the train down to Alnarp to attend this year’s Agroecology Day, and I’m so psyched! Can’t believe it’s already been a year since me and my team organized the very same event. Glad I’ll be sitting in the crowd this time, not a worry in the world, enjoying whatever the new […]
It’s Thursday and the sun is ”out”! What a delight 😊
This has so far been a very interesting week. Yesterday I went to a public talk at the Helsingborg library to listen to Ann-Helen Meyer von Bremen – a famous food writer in Sweden. In her talk “who has the power over your […]
This week I was meant to start collecting my soil samples, but instead, I once again find myself writing on my laptop in the office. April is a very “volatile” month in the northern hemisphere. In just one day, one might experience 15 degrees in the sun, while in the afternoon […]