Innovative IPM Solutions for Winter Wheat-based Rotations (WP2): Cropping Systems Assessed in the INRA Trials (France)

Abstract : Within the context of the PURE project (WP2), innovative IPM solutions were designed, tested and validated for winter wheat-based rotations in different pedoclimatic conditions in Europe. In each location, three cropping systems (C.S.) were designed according to a gradient of pesticide-use intensity: (1) current agricultural practices with a conventional use of pesticides, (2) intermediate level of IPM with a reduction in pesticide use and (3) advanced level of IPM where no pesticides are allowed. Here, we describe the field trials and the main characteristics (i.e. agricultural practices) of the three cropping systems assessed in the INRA long-term field trials in France.
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Caroline Colnenne-David, Gilles Grandeau, Véronique Tanneau, Lucie Lefèvre, Thierry Doré. Innovative IPM Solutions for Winter Wheat-based Rotations (WP2): Cropping Systems Assessed in the INRA Trials (France). PURE Congress 2015: IPM innovation in Europe, Jan 2015, Poznan, Poland. 〈hal-01357977〉

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