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17 - 20 February 2021 // Nuremberg, Germany

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Julius Kühn-Institut (JKI), Bundesforschungsinstitut für Kulturpflanzen

Erwin-Baur-Straße 27

06484 Quedlinburg



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The Julius-Kuehn-Institute is the German research institution for cultivated plants and  a higher Federal authority. We are predestined by this double role to address topics in the fields where politics, research and practical applications intersect. We advise the German government in the light of applied basic science in combination with practical experience or research findings. In this way we arrive at innovative, sustainable solutions for tomorrow’s crop producers also in the field of eco-farming.

It is our task to supply data based on sound science that will help other authorities and those with political responsibility to make their decisions and, to make such data available to all. Our researchers work on long-term research projects e.g. to help breed improved crop plants or studying agricultural eco-systems, but they are always ready to react ad hoc to new problems and social issues that suddenly become relevant. Examples for long-term studies are plant pathogen diagnostics, long-term field-trials to reduce pesticides and the search for new methods of biological pest control. More immediate problems are investigatet such as copper reduction in eco-farming, resistance management or fighting invasive species. We are a major centre of agricultural research affiliated to the German Ministry of Food and Agriculture and function as the interface between the EU and Germany, Federal and state governments and between academia and practice.

Plants cultivated in agriculture, horticulture, fruit and vine growing, in urban greenery and forestry, fulfil many functions and serve a variety of purposes - for example to produce food, provide an environmental service, supply energy or offer space for recreation and leisure experiences. Only a limited supply of these valuable spaces is available and they must therefore satisfy numerous demands. In the light of the challenges facing the nations of the world, the sustainable cultivation of agricultural and forest land with healthy crop plants is the order of the day. The aims of the JKI’s work and research lie in following sectors:

Soil sciences
Plant nutrition and cultivation
Plant genetics, plant breeding research and breeding new strains
Bee protection, Biodiversity
Plant protection and Plant health

Present, future and growing challenges

  • To feed a growing world population
  • To respond to climate change
  • To make efficient and considerate use of natural resources such as soil and water
  • To maintain and enhance biodiversity
  • To preserve and utilize plants’ genetic resources
  • To cultivate plants and conserve the environment
  • To support safe global trade in plants and evaluate risks
  • To support the digitalization of agriculture
  • To evaluate risks and assess consequences

Julius Kühn-Institut (JKI), Bundesforschungsinstitut für Kulturpflanzen offers you products from these product groups:


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Bundesministerium für Ernährung und Landwirtschaft

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