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TUdi develops an online platform for farmers and policy makers

6 December 2022
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TUdi is working on a socioeconomic soil restoring supporting toolkit (SEST), co-developed by the Bulgarian partners New Bulgarian University and Pensoft Publishers.

SEST will be a digital hub of knowledge allowing different stakeholders to navigate methods and mechanisms for soil restoring strategies with information on their cost and economic impact at two levels: farm and policy makers. 

This will help farmers implement different soil restoring strategies and assist governing bodies in the decision making process on policies. 

The supporting toolkit will be fully operational by 2024 and will hopefully be an instrumental part in the soil restoration practices that farmers use, supported by a public report on the subject.