Aoife M. Duff
View below media clips, webinars and podcasts featuring Aoife.
The Living Soil
Researchers at TEAGASC are investigating the life under our feet with the aim of harnessing soil biology to provide natural-based solutions to global challenges.
Protected Urea: A Research Update
Publication by Patrick Forrestal and colleagues, featuring the 'Impact on soil biology' conducted by Aoife Duff and Fiona Brennan.
Soil Health is our Wealth - Teagasc Johnstown Castle (Science Week 2020)
Nov 10, 2020
Soils are diverse and multifunctional living ecosystems, underpinning most of our food and fibre production, but also other critical natural services for society, including the re-cycling of nutrients, atmospheric CO2 sequestration and water regulation. As soils are a limiting resource, protecting soil health from degradation is critical for human wellbeing. Join us to hear about soils and their impact on society.
Science Week Day 2 - Soil Health is our Wealth
Nov 10, 2020
On Tuesday the focus of #ScienceWeek was on soils and the importance of protecting soil health from degradation for human wellbeing. RTÉ’s Damien O’Reilly brought us on this virtual event to find out more about soils and their impact on society.
Special Episode: Science Week 2020
▶ Special Episode: Science Week 2020 in The Research Field
This Special Episode features three Teagasc researchers who contributed to Ireland's national Science Week, 2020.
Aoife Duff describes her research into keep Irish soils in balance, and reducing the reliance on fertilisers to grow crops.