CTPOA - Czech Technology Platform for Organic Agriculture
The Czech Technology Platform for Organic Agriculture (CTPOA) was founded with the aim of uniting and linking a wide range of people and companies active in the field of organic farming and organic food production. With the signature of a contract on 22nd Sept 2009 in Jihlava, all founding members declared their common aim to build and ensure the development of the system of knowledge in the area of OF and organic food production with emphasis on knowledge transfer across all key areas of the sector.
CTPOA run the new website where you find actual information:
3rd SCIENTIFIC CONFERENCE ON ORGANIC FARMING – PRAGUE, CULS – 14 - 15.11. 2011
The 3rd International Scientific Conference on Organic Farming, which took place on 14th – 15th November 2011 on
the premises of the Czech University of Life Sciences in Suchdol, Prague, focused on the presentation of current
findings in science and research in the field of organic agriculture for the region of Central and Eastern Europe. The
conference continued the tradition of previous Scientific Conferences organised by Bioinstitut, o.p.s., in Lednice na Morave in 2008 and 2009. The conference was arranged on the premises of the Czech University of Life Sciences in Prague by the Czech Technology Platform on Organic Agriculture in cooperation with Felicius public benefit
company, under the expert patronage of IFOAM EU Group.
Published by the Ministry of Agriculture of the Czech Republic in cooperation with the Czech Technology Platform for Organic Agriculture
Action Plan for Organic Farming 2011–2015
CAP reform - proposals lack ambition to
Organic farmers and civil society must now stay on the ball to
ensure the CAP meets future challenges
Brussels, 12 October 2011 – The European Commission has unveiled its proposals for the Common Agricultural Policy 2014-2020. Providing a slightly altered framework, the text continues to lack ambition where substantial commitments are needed to shape future farming to ensure the delivery of tasty food and a clean environment.
The text book in English and in Russian
The “Organic Agriculture” (OA) book provides anyone interested in this type of farming with a practically focused textbook. The book gives a basic summary of work covering all relevant themes on which the most competent authors, coordinated by Czech experts - Borivoj Šarapatka and Jirí Urban, provide definitive contributions valid not only within the Czech Republic.
The book is recommended for practical farming but also as a textbook for teachers and students. The real value of the book is in the fact that it has been compiled by a number of OA specialists and institutions focusing on this area of agriculture - to meet the demand for a comprehensive publication.
you can place the order in scientific bookshop: email@example.com.
Price of English version: 10 EUR
Price of Russian version: 15 EUR + postage
Czech Technology Platform for Organic Agriculture (CTPOA) Under the patronage of IFOAM – EU Group
3rd Scientific Conference "New findings in organic farming research and their possible use for Central and Eastern Europe"
Date: 14th – 15th November 2011
Venue: Prague, Czech University of Life Sciences (CULS)
First International Conference on Organic Food Quality and Health Research
On behalf of the Food Quality and Health Association (FQH, The Netherlands), the Institute of Chemical Technology, Prague (ICT Prague, Czech Republic) and the Technology Platform Organics (TPOrganics) we would like to invite all researchers in the field of organic food quality and health research, representatives of national and international agencies, control bodies and industries to attend the First International Conference on Organic Food Quality and Health Research.
Date: 18 – 20 May, 2011
Venue: Prague, Czech Republic
European Strategic Research Agenda for organic food and farming
The TP Organics Strategic Research Agenda presents
a comprehensive overview of the research
and development priorities for organic food and
farming. It is expected that this will contribute to
ensuring the sustainability and competitiveness of
European organic agriculture and food systems.
- Part I provides background to Technology Platforms and the organic sector.
- Part II provides the detailed research goals under cross-cutting and thematic headings.