AUTHOR(S) / АУТОР(И): Mihajlo Marković, Nataša Čereković, Đurađ Hajder, Milan Šipka, Nery Zapata, Teresa A. Paço, Erminio E. Riezzo, Sabrija Čadro, Mladen Todorović
ABSTRACT / САЖЕТАК:
Agricultural practices in Bosnia and Hercegovina demand different improvements, including smart management of land and water resources. A new H2020 project started in 2021 in this regard. The objective of this publication is to spread knowledge about SMARTWATER project by describing different achievements in two years of implementation (2021-2022), to invite target groups to participate in the action and to promote smart agricultural practices. Presented results indicate that the implementation is at a satisfactory level. Project consortium will continue with efforts, including twinning, networking, research, dissemination and increasing competency and fund rising skills.
KEYWORDS / КЉУЧНЕ РЕЧИ:
twinning, research, exchange, irrigation, smart technologies
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