WATERAGRI partners from Wroclaw University of Environmental and Life Sciences (UPWr), and University of Debrecen (UNIDEB) participated on EGU23 General Assembly on 25th and 28th of April. The event, which was held in Vienna, Austria, saw a mix of physical and virtual attendance from participants all over the world.
On 25th April, Attila Nagy and Erika Buday-Bódi from UNIDEB held an oral presentation titled Management of alternative water resources for variable rate irrigation – a Hungarian case study. The case study presented by the duo showcased the innovative solutions developed by the WATERAGRI project to address the challenges of water scarcity and variability in Hungary.
On 28th April Arkadiusz Głogowski from UPWr gave an oral presentation on the results of modelling conducted in collaboration with Wiesław Fiałkiewicz from UPWr and Professor Philip Brunner from Neuchatel University (UNINE). The presentation focused on the innovative solutions developed by the WATERAGRI project for water retention and nutrient recovery. The modelling conducted by the team showed promising results, indicating that the solutions developed by the project could significantly improve water and nutrient management in agriculture.
The presentations by the WATERAGRI partners were met with great interest from the audience, which comprised of university representatives, policy makers and general public.