Origins of the performance gaps in innovative cropping systems under experimental assessment.

Abstract : To meet new agricultural issues and make agriculture more sustainable, innovative cropping systems (ICSs) targeting a multiplicity of purposes need to be designed. Four ICSs were designed by prototyping (Reau and Doré, 20081) and assessed in a long-term field system experiment. Our objective was to analyze the results after the first complete rotation, particularly the bad performances compared to the targeted aims.
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Caroline Colnenne-David, Gilles Grandeau, Véronique Tanneau, Marie-Helene Jeuffroy, Thierry Doré. Origins of the performance gaps in innovative cropping systems under experimental assessment.. The 5th International Symposium for Farming Systems Design “Multi-functional farming systems in a changing world”, Sep 2015, Montpellier, France. ⟨hal-01357467⟩

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