VegaAlga is a research and development project, which is aimed at establishing a sustainable farming system by using locally grown algae. It is an innovative technological solution for environmentally conscious and economical farming.
VegaAlga. The economical green cultivation.
Strategic thinking: Buliding a research and innovation led bioeconomy2017. October 10.
The Vegagalga project has been also presented on the conference organized by the Hungarian Chamber of Agriculture and the Hungarian Ministry of Agriculture.
The Vegaalga project will show the open pond system in the National Agriculture and Food Exhibition and Fair in Budapest2017. September 7.
The National Agriculture and Food Exhibition and Fair (OMÉK) will be holding for the 78th time between 20-24 September 2017, on the territory of the Hungexpo Budapest. Vegaalga will also participant on the event as an exhibitor together with other national innovation technologies. Please visit us in the pavilion A, stand 106G.
Algae can also enhance the growth of cultivated plants2017. February 27.
The plant root provides water and nutrients uptake necessary for growth from the soil. For this reason, the development of the root system can greatly affect crop yields.
Our Pick-VegaAlga U14 team reached the semi finals as group winners2017. January 25.
Nagy Zoltán’s Pick-VegaAlga U-14 handball team won its group in the regional qualification round and advanced to the national semi finals. The team travelled to Tiszaföldvár last weekend where they defeated Orosháza first by 27-14 and then they played against Törökszentmiklós. Our team played a tough game and fought heroically till the end. Finally the difference was only one point. The final result was 22-21.
Our cooperation partners
Budapest Savage Works Ltd.
The Vegaalga open pond system was selected by the Budapest Savage Works Ltd. for supporting the innovation activity at the company in December 2016.
Basilicus Szőlőbirtok Kft.
Basilicus has been running its bio-viticultural business on a 7,8 hectare-large land since 2011. We have already been using algae infusion here earlier, sometimes sprinkling it over the whole area. We think the algae infusion could improve the grape’s self-protection.
Galamb József Agricultural Trade School
Zoltán Horváth, Headmaster
Agricultural technicians, gardeners, ornamental plant gardeners and agricultural technician students are educated in the educational garden of the school. Our school represents the practice-oriented method of agricultural education. It is important for us to ensure that our students can experience the modern development trends of agriculture in addition to the academic education. The growth of precision farming offers innovative solutions for farmers (not yet being part of the education), experience of which offers unique advantages for our students.