Cecilia from the Global Bean team at Slow Beans
Global Bean partners: Nikos Dompazis
Drought equals lower legume yields in Germany?
There is no denying that 2022 has been a particularly dry year.
However, for most field crops like pulses, it can be positive to have “dry weather” at the end of the crop cycle for example. Did legume yields suffer from the drought? What parameters are the ones impacting legumes? What are the means to adapt legume cultivation to the drought in Europe?
A CASE OF COWPEAS IN BARINGO COUNTY, KENYA.
The grain legume market in Europe
Bruno Kezeya; Cecilia Antoni; Marcus Mergenthaler Production and uses Grain legumes have several agronomic, environmental and dietary benefits. Surprisingly, they play only a minor role in today’s farming systems as well in human nutrition in the EU. In fact, dry grain legumes represent only 2.1 % …
Summer cooking with lentils!
A call to gardeners: What bugs, pests and diseases are affecting the legumes in our gardens?
Edamame: pathway towards increased soybean consumption in Europe
Meet the Global Bean Partners: Tanja Neuschild
Legumes at re:publica!
At this year’s Re:publica, Carla Ulrich (Tiny Farms, Slow Food Youth), Sofia Elisabeth Berlinghof (Tiny Farms, Slow Food Youth) and Ekkehard Spiegel (Weltacker/Global Field, and Global Bean) held a workshop on “Leguminati Calling: The solution for the food of the future lies in legumes” as part of Our Food our Future.