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JPI FACCE – ERA NET Cofund on Sustainable Crop Production – 2020

To bring a new dimension to European research by aligning national programmes in participating countries around grand societal challenges, and thereby to contribute to the development of the European Research Area

2020-04-28
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Institution European Commission
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Regions European Union, New Independant States, Middle East
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EU Member States: Belgium, Romania, France, Denmark, Spain, Latvia, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Poland
Neighbours countries: United Kingdom, Turkey


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Priorities and funded actions

Objectives
* To attract proposals focused on Sustainable Crop Production in order to tackle the societal challenges of the 21st century; 
* To achieve this, funding provided by national and regional programmes of Member States and other countries will be combined to launch this joint Call for transnational research projects addressing sustainability and resilience of crop production;
* To connect partners with different, but complementary scientific and technological expertise to maximise resources and share risks, costs and skills

Priorities
* Enhancement of new and/or predictive breeding technologies and the development of new genotypes leading to new phenotypes towards the release of improved crop varieties that are capable to adapt to future changes in environmental and climatic conditions. Projects could also target improvement of variety selection processes to support agroecological practices;
* Development and exploitation of integrated pest and crop management methods and practices. This includes, for example, basic and translational research leading to practical on-farm applications and/or the development of novel detection systems for integrated pest and crop management;
* Improvement of resource-use efficiency of cropping systems by agroecological approaches to increase the efficiency of nutrient, water and energy utilisation. This could include the use of improved crops;
* Investigations on agricultural crops as part of an ecosystem. Studies must have a clear focus on interactions between plants and other organisms leading to practices that support more sustainable agriculture

Among financed actions
* Enhancement of new and/or predictive breeding technologies and the development of new genotypes leading to new phenotypes towards the release of improved crop varieties that are capable to adapt to future changes in environmental and climatic conditions. Projects could also target improvement of variety selection processes to support agroecological practices; 
* Development and exploitation of integrated pest and crop management methods and practices. This includes, for example, basic and transnational research leading to practical on-farm applications and/or the development of novel detection systems for integrated pest and crop management; 
* Improvement of resource-use efficiency of cropping systems by agroecological approaches to increase the efficiency of nutrient, water and energy utilisation. This could include the use of improved crops;
* Investigations on agricultural crops as part of an ecosystem. Studies must have a clear focus on interactions between plants and other organisms leading to practices that support more sustainable agriculture

Information complémentaire
* This call for proposal is a closed call for proposal. In the first instance, only concept note will be evaluated in first instance

* Initial duration of the action: up to 3 years

* Eligibility:
– Apllicants must meet their national/regional criteria;
– Consortia must include at least three eligible partners requesting funding from at least three different SusCrop member countries who contribute funds to the Call
 

Financement

* Indicative budget per participating Region/Country:
– Belgium:
> Funds for Scientific Research-FNRS: 200,000 euro
> Flanders Agency for Innovation and Entrepreneurship: 1 million euro 
– Denmark: 500,000 euro 
– Estonia:
> Estonian Reasearch Council: 100,000 euro 
> Maaeluministeerium: 100,000 euro
– Finland: 300,000 euro 
– France: 1,4 million euro 
– Germany: 1 million euro 
– Latvia: 30,000 euro
– Poland: 600,000 euro 
– Romania: 500,000 euro 
– Spain:
> Agencia Estatal de Investigación (AEI): 400,000 euro 
> Centro para el Desarrollo Tecnológico Industrial: 500,000 euro 
– Turkey:
> Türkiye Bilimsel ve Teknolojik Araştırma Kurumu: 500,000 euro 
> Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry: 200,000 euro 
– United Kingdom: 360,000 euro 
 

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