BIOSCHAMP Work Plan

The implementation of the BIOSCHAMP project will be based on a 42-month Work Plan involving
technical and commercial activities, divided into 9 Work Packages (WPs):

  • WP1- Developing alternatives to peat-based casing material.
  • WP2- Advanced Microbiota Optimisation

  • WP3- Design of a biostimulant casing

  • WP4 – Validation

  • WP5 – Steps for industrialisation

  • WP6 – Security and sustainability

  • WP7 – Communication, Dissemination and Exploitation

  • WP8 – Project management

  • WP9 – Ethics requirements

Work Packages in detail

Coordinated by Stichting Wageningen Research.

Duration: M1 – M18

Focus: evaluation of alternative casing materials to peat-based casing, involving laboratory assays and small-scale trials.

Coordinated by Oxford University.

Duration: M1 – M24

Focus: optimisation of the advanced microbiota, including assessment of its stability and dose.

Coordinated by INAGRO.

Duration: M16 – M30

Focus: design of the complete and integrated
BIOSCHAMP solution, based on the results obtained from WP1 and WP2, as well as its posterior optimisation at a semi-commercial scale.

Coorinated by CTICH.

Duration: M24 – M40

Focus: conduction of commercial-scale trials in three
button mushroom cultivation systems in Spain, Poland, the Netherlands and Serbia.

Coordinated by FERTINAGRO.

Duration: M25 – M42

Focus: industrialisation of the BIOSCHAMP solution, concerning establishing production at an industrial scale and obtainment of a stable commercial product complying with industrial needs.

Coordinated by: Stichting Wageningen Research.

Duration: M13 – M42

Focus: assessment of the developed solution´s sustainability (LCA+S-LCA) and security, ensuring compliance with regulatory requirements. In addition, it includes a series of impact assessments on the presence of pesticides and its impact on the sector, population and general public.

Coordinated by INNOVARUM

Duration: M1 – M42

Focus: exploitation and dissemination of project results as well as communication activities.

Coordinated by CTICH.

Duration: M1 – M42

Focus: overall project management: administrative, financial, contractual and legal management as well as risk management.

Coordinated by CTICH.

Duration: M1 – M42

Focus: ensuring compliance with the ‘ethics requirements’. The project is well structured in 9 Work Packages that are clearly identified for the technical and commercial nature of the work to be implemented.

BIOSCHAMP, making it happen

An international and muti-actor team has come together to work towards setting the grounds for a pesticide-free mushroom sector, safer for the environment, for the operators and for consumers.

Read about bioschamp project partners

BIOSCHAMP, a project that supports a greener and more sustainable Europe

The mushroom sector actively fosters circular economy sustainable models: mushroom cultivation reuses residual resources, working in line with the Circular Economy principles.

BIOSCHAMP will further facilitate circularity and resource efficiency in the EU mushroom sector through the development of a peat-free casing soil that will act as crop biostimulants.

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Contact points

Marga Pérez: direccion@ctich.com
Jaime Carrasco: j.carrasco@ctich.com

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under Grant Agreement No. 101000651.

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under Grant Agreement No. 101000651.

Contact points

Marga Pérez: direccion@ctich.com
Jaime Carrasco: j.carrasco@ctich.com