Lex4Bio partner Dr. Olivier Duboc from the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna (BOKU), involved in the work activities regarding the assessment of the agronomic efficiency of BBFs as P source for crops, presented a scientific poster titled “Potential of recycled phosphorus fertilizers”, at the Bioeconomy Austria Summit held in November in St Pölten.

The event positions itself as the central gateway to the Austrian bioeconomy, represented by a dynamic network of more than 250 organizations from regional clusters and platforms, economic actors, research institutions and political and social groups. The aim is to exchange knowledge and innovative ideas, develop sustainable solutions along the value chain and replace fossil resources with renewable alternatives.

Groundbreaking research examples and support actions from the local bioeconomy were presented, driving forward the vision of a sustainable economic system.

Download the poster in German here.