Grass, clover and alfalfa make forage and protein production more climate-friendly
We all know that grass meadows, pastures and lawns are good for feed, wildlife and leisure. But green fields, that capture solar energy via photosynthesis are also contributing to a more climate friendly future. Global leader in forage and turf seed, DLF Seeds, have identified a range of examples, where grass makes our agricultural production greener.
Danish cooperatives join forces on green protein
The three agricultural companies DLG, Danish Agro and DLF are now joining forces to establish a protein biorefinery for local production of grass protein with a strong environmental and climate-friendly profile. The goal is that grass protein in the long term can replace part of the soy that agriculture uses in animal feed today.
The lawn is a hit in Corona lockdown
We have a lot more home time in connection with the Corona lockdown. And the extra time is spent on do-it-yourself tasks. But which tasks are the most popular with consumers? A British investigation has now lifted the veil.