Smart landscape can withstand drought and floods. It will be of interest to every farmer, says Petr Sklenička, Rector of ČZU

The Czech University of Life Sciences is creating a so-called Smart landscape near Lány in the Rakovník region on an area of about 500 hectares that can cope with climate change and its soil can withstand drought and floods.

The pilot project should be a model for other places in the Czech Republic and Europe. In an interview with Aktuálně.cz, the university's rector Petr Sklenička describes all the solutions that have been implemented in the two years that the pilot project has been running, including the principle of its operation.

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