From Lab to Farm: New EU innovation project HARNESSTOM joins forces between breeding companies, scientists and farmers

EU research initiative that aims to increase resilience and quality of tomato varieties

With a total budget of € 8,07 million, HARNESSTOM sets out over the next four years to develop more resilient tomatoes but also better quality tomatoes.

EVENTS

12/05/2022

Publication of the collective work “Challenges in the agri-food sector: Regulation, competition and industrial property” Valencia, May 9, 2022: HARNESSTOM at the Tomato World Congress in Nijar (Spain)

The collective book “Challenges in the agri-food sector: Regulation, competition and industrial property” has already been published. This work derives from the contributions made by authors at the I International Congress that, with the same title, was held on May 6 and 7, 2021 in the Hall of Degrees of the Higher Technical School of Agricultural Engineering and of the Natural Environment "ETSIAMN", of the Polytechnic University of Valencia "UPV".

https://editorial.tirant.com/es/ebook/retos-en-el-sector-agroalimentario-regulacion-competencia-y-propiedad-industrial-felipe-palau-ramirez-9788411138376

News

25/05/2022

HARNESSTOM and VIRTIGATION two EU Funded project with common interests agree to join forces

HARNESSTOM continues to enlarge its network of interactions, this time with a related EU-funded project called VIRTIGATION (https://www.virtigation.eu/) “Emerging viral disease in tomatoes and cucurbits: implementation of mitigation strategies for durable disease management”.  

HARNESSTOM on twitter

 

What HARNESSTOM is about?

 

 

Video presentation of the harnesstom project

The HARNESSTOM project (Title: harnessing the value of tomato genetic resources for now and the future) has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 101000716.

 

The HARNESSTOM project (Title: harnessing the value of tomato genetic resources for now and the future) has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 101000716.

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