The Swedish Plant Nutrition Research Foundation’s (SV) main task is to promote and support in-depth technical-scientific plant nutrition research with a particular focus on the use of mineral fertilizers and liming agents in Sweden with maintained fertility. The aim is to develop practically applicable, economically significant and environmentally sustainable production methods.
More information on how to apply.
The applicant must set aside part of the grant for communication of the results. When the results are communicated, the Swedish Plant Nutrition Research Foundation must be mentioned as the financier.
The application takes place during the period 1 October to 1 November. As an applicant, you must register an account and log in to enter your application details and submit attachments in electronic form. Note that attachments must be in pdf format. Your application must be submitted by November 1 at the latest.
Submitted applications are reviewed and assessed by a special group consisting of seven experts in the field in question. The assessment takes into account sector relevance, subject area, goals, theory, hypothesis, scientific value, communication and the topicality of the subject.
Notification of approved applications is given during the month of December. You will then be notified if applications have been rejected, but no later than week 52. Decisions cannot be appealed.
Contact Linda Cederlund, secretary KSLA’s Agriculture Section and secretary for the Swedish Plant Nutrition Research Foundation. Email: email@example.com.
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