WORLDS BEST INNOVATION

IN PHYSIOLOGICAL CALCIUM DEFICIENCY

ON LEAFY VEGETABLE CROPS!

 

The worlds best method against tipburn in lettuce:

to grow plants in negative DIF conditions!

In Negative DIF conditions – tipburn is decreasing and the need to use chemicals to prevent diseases and pests is reduced or totally absent.

This method is replicable around the globe and can be used in organic agriculture and in vertical farming.

It helps to conserve the energy, because temperature is higher at night time, which period is shorter.

To learn more please read: Olle, M. (2015). Methods to avoid Calcium deficiency on greenhouse grown leafy crops. LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing. 88 p.

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In science based questions You are advised to send all inquiries to E-mail: margit.olle@gmail.com

PREVIOUS PROJECTS

 

2018 – 2020. Kobrit Ltd. - The influence of vermicompost on the yield and quality of vegetables. Project scientific responsible person: Margit Olle.

She was main organiser of the conference „NJF conference on Horticulture“, which was held in June 10th – 12th, 2019 in Tartu, Estonia.

 

2019. Bugimine Ltd. –  The influence of insect frass on the yield and quality of vegetables. Project scientific responsible person: Margit Olle.

 

2014 – 2017. Enhancing of legumes growing in Europe through sustainable cropping for protein supply for food and feed. Project acronym EUROLEGUME. It received funding from the EU 7th FP for Research, Technological Development and Demonstration under grant agreement no. 613781. Project coordinator Eduardo Rosa from UTAD (Portugal). Estonian team leader – senior researcher Margit Olle.

Olle, M. (2020). Successful legume cultivation in Northern hemisphere. USA: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l. Numerous scientific papers.

Margit Olle was the local chair of the organising committe of the conference "NJF SEMINAR 499, Legumes from field to fork - a Nordic-Baltic perspective on production, development and marketing of legumes". Conference time: Nov. 28 - 30, 2017 and location: Tartu, Estonia.

 

2016. ProFarm Ltd. – The effect of UBP – 110 on tomatoes yield and quality. Project scientific responsible person: Margit Olle.

 

2015 – 2016. K. Compos Ltd. – USSIMO – The influence of vermicompost on the yield and quality of vegetables. Project scientific responsible person: Margit Olle.

 

2014 – 2015. The Baltic Sea Soya Network – research and promotion of vegetable protein production. Swedish Institute of Baltic Sea Unit. Project leader: Fredrik Fogelberg from Rise AB in Sweden. ECRI partcipants: senior researcher Margit Olle and researcher Lea Narits.  

 

2012 – 2014. The development of sustainable vegetable production. This project was financed by the Estonian Agricultural Registers and Information Board, with assistance from Jaagumäe Agro LLC and the Jogeva Plant Breeding Institute.

Third discovery: (third innovative idea): Effective microorganisms (EM) improve the quality of tomato transplants because they remain compact with greater stem diameter (Margit Olle discovery, not a patent, unfortunately).

Olle, M. (2015). Effective microorganisms influences vegetables and soybeans production. LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing. 117 p.

Olle, M. 2017. The best way to save our planet Earth in EM Technology. USA Amazon Media EU S.a.r.l. 35 pages.

Olle, M. (2020). Silicon as a challenge for sustainable vegetable crop production. USA: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.

 

2010 – 2012. Finding suitable organic fertilizers for vegetables. This project was financed by the Estonian Agricultural Registers and Information Board and self-employed Galina Rehkli.  

 

2008 – 2009. Increase of research capacity of plant breeding. Funding from Ministry of Education and Science in Estonia. Project leader: Mati Koppel, project participant: Margit Olle.

 

2000 – 2001. Post doc project. Funding from Ministry of Education and Science in Estonia.

Discoveries by Dr. Margit Olle:

1. (first innovative idea): Plants were grown under a far-red filter, which filters out much of far-red light. Far-red light is responsible for the elongation of plants. When grown under a far-red filter to remove much of the far-red light then plants remain more compact (knowledge from Japan). With far-red filter plants contain more Calcium and show fewer Ca deficiency symptoms (Margit Olle discovery, not a patent, unfortunately).

2. (second innovative idea): Negative DIF is when the night temperature is higher than the day temperature. In such condition’s plants stay more compact (Roar Moe from Norway have lots of papers about it). Under negative DIF conditions plants contain more Calcium and there are fewer Ca deficiency symptoms on plants (Margit Olle discovery, not a patent, unfortunately).

Organized (main responsible person) in 2001 (05.09 - 08.09) in castle Sagadi (Estonia) NJF seminar No. 329 titled “New sights in vegetable production”. Revised articles for scientific Journal: NJF-UTREDNING / NJFRAPPORT No. 329 titled “New sights in vegetable production”.

 

1994 – 1995. Cabbage agrotechnology and variety comparison. Estonian Science Foundation. The best cabbage varieties and technologies were chosen. Project scientific responsible person: Margit (Kleemann) Olle.