Title: (of journal article): Željko Marušić i gosti, TV show
Newspaper name: TV Zapad
Have you thought about which cultivar of common bean is favourite in Croatia? And how is it less and less due to drought? The guests Monika Vidak, doctor of science and Ana Nimac, master of agronomy, confirmed that ‘ričet’ is a particularly good dish.
Short summary: Eight young people, immediately or shortly after graduation, were given the opportunity to pursue science. The Centre of excellence for biodiversity and molecular plant breeding received a total of HRK 37.5 million for the Biodiversity and Molecular Plant Breeding project. The aim of the research, which is mostly funded by the European Regional Development Fund, is to find new varieties to improve Croatian agriculture by discovering new varieties. We spoke to PhD student Ana Nimac, whose job, she says, is to ‘find a common bean that can withstand drought conditions and can be a desirable source of genes for further breeding programs’.
Title: Morphological and physiological characteristics of old Kaštela olive plants under abiotic stress conditions
Presenter: Josip Tadić
Authors: Josip Tadić, Gvozden Dumičić, Tatjana Klepo, Sandra Radić Brkanac
Congress: 55 Croatian & 15 International Symposium on Agriculture
Title: Beetroot mineral composition affected by mineral and organic fertilization
Autors: Petek, M.; Toth, N.; Karažija, T.; Lazarević, B.; Palčić, I.; Veres, S.; Herak Ćustić, M.
Journal: 2019, PLoS One 14 (9): e0221767