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Italy fruit and vegetables, research project on processing tomato

Fresh Tomato
Vegetables
Italy
Innovation & Technology
Published Dec 5, 2023

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Italia Ortofrutta - Unione Nazionale, along with its associated POs, is promoting applied research projects under the new CAP reform and the new Fruit and Vegetables Sectoral Intervention. One of these projects is an integrated applied research project to address critical issues in the industrial tomato product, which involves 10 POs representing over 20,000 hectares of industrial tomato cultivation. The project includes varietal comparison, precision agriculture and optimization of inputs, and analysis of tomato production costs, all aimed at improving the competitiveness and sustainability of the POs in the market.
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Following the entry into force of the new CAP reform and the new Fruit and Vegetables Sectoral Intervention, Italia Ortofrutta - Unione Nazionale, in concert with its associated POs, is promoting the implementation of applied research projects under the Operational Programs of the fruit and vegetable POs . Among the various projects activated, during the year 2023 the project called "Integrated applied research project to address the main critical issues of the industrial tomato product" began which involves 10 POs associated with the Union such as A.O.A, A.P.O.PA, APO GARGANO, APOC SALERNO, ASIPO, ASPORT, OP FERRARA, OPOA MARSIA, PRIMA OP BIO, TERREMERSE which together represent over 20,000 hectares of industrial tomato cultivation. The project, at the time of its presentation, consists of three project lines. Line 1: Varietal comparison of scientific responsibility of the CREA-OF of Pontecagnano Through the development of this line of research, the intention is to provide POs ...
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