ANALYSIS OF THE IMPLEMENTATION AND EVOLUTION OF HOLM OAK (QUERCUS ROTUNDIFOLIA LAM) MYCORRHIZATED WITH BLACK TRUFFLE (TUBER MELANOSPORUM VITT) IN THE FRAMEWORK OF THE “I+DEHESA” PROJECT DEVELOPED IN THE CASTRO ENRÍQUEZ FARM OF THE DEPUTATION OF SALAMANCA.
Funding entity: Diputación de Salamanca.
Principal Investigator: Santa-Regina, I.
Participants: Peix, A.; Igual, J.M.; Ramírez-Bahena, M.H.; Caravantes, P.; Gascón, V.
The aim of the project is to evaluate the possibilities of implementing the symbiotic system holm oak-black truffle in dehesa areas of Salamanca; in order, on the one hand, to successfully reforest areas of degraded soils, and on the other hand, to try to contribute to increasing their productive and economic yields, promoting the maintenance and improvement of an agricultural activity compatible with the sustainable development of rural areas and respectful with the environment.