PULS Scientists at the "Chemistry for Agriculture" Seminar

On November 26-29, the 47th edition of the Scientific and Technical Seminar, “Chemistry for Agriculture,” took place in Karpacz, Poland. This seminar has provided a platform for the exchange of experiences and collaborative discussions. At the forefront of this dynamic event were the brilliant scientists from PULS, actively participating and sharing interesting insights. 

Prof. Kinga Stuper-Szablewska, took center stage to present the visionary assumptions and goals of the CARINA project. 

Dr. Monika Grzanka, delved into the results of greenhouse herbicide tests on plants covered by the CARINA project. Both presentations sparked interest among attendees, emphasizing the steps being made in the field of sustainable agriculture. 

These engaging sessions highlighted the commitment of PULS scientists to contribute to positive change in agriculture. PULS continues to illuminate pathways for sustainable and innovative practices in agriculture, paving the way for a greener and more resilient future. 



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