• Josef G. Knoll-Science Award 1998: from the left award winner Dr. Dieter König, award winner Dr. Andreas Neef, Prof. Dr. Franz Heidhues, award winner Dr. Dagmar Kunze, Prof. Dr. Kurt Caesar, Dr. Hermann Eiselen, Prof. Dr. Michael Kirk, Gerald Graupner, Mario Kuntzsch und Dr. Jürgen Böhmer as representative of award winner Dr. Shuguiang Li
  • Award winners 1998

    Dr. Dagmar Kunze
    University of Goettingen, 1998
    „Sozio-ökonomische Wirkungen der Anlage von Steinkonturwällen in kleinbäuerlichen Betrieben der Provinz Bam/Burkina Faso (Socio-economic effects of the construction of stone walls in small farms of the province of Bam / Burkina Faso)“
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    Dr. Shuqiang Li
    University of Hohenheim, 1998
    „IPM zur Bekämpfung von Helicoverpa armigera in China - Wirkungen von Insektizidbehandlungen auf Arthropoden im Baumwollökosystem (IPM for the control of Helicoverpa armigera in China - Effects of insecticide treatments on arthropods in the cotton ecosystem)“
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    Dr. Dieter König
    University of Mainz, 1998
    „Ökologisch angepaßte Landwirtschaft im Ostafrikanischen Hochland - ein Beitrag zur nachhaltigen Intensivierung der Agrarproduktion in den Tropen (Ecologically adapted agriculture in the East African highlands - a contribution to the sustainable intensification of agricultural production in the tropics)“
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    Dr. Andreas Neef
    University of Hohenheim, 1998
    „Auswirkungen von Bodenrechtswandel auf Ressourcennutzung und wirtschaftliches Verhalten von Kleinbauern in Niger und Benin (The impact of changes in land rights on the resource use and economic behavior of small farmers in Niger and Benin)“
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    The prize was awarded by the Eiselen Foundation on December 3, 1998 at the Tropentag in Goettingen. The award winners received DM 10,000 each for their scientific work, which is a recognizable contribution to the improvement of the nutritional situation in developing countries.