Innovative IPM for Winter Wheat-based Rotations: First Results of ex post Sustainability Assessment of Cropping Systems Tested at INRA (France)

Abstract : Within the context of the PURE project (WP2), innovative IPM cropping systems were designed for winter wheat-based rotations in the Paris basin area, at INRA in France. We used a three-step prototyping method to design the cropping systems: (1) crop successions and agricultural practices were defined for each system, (2) the prototypes were ex ante assessed and, (3) the most promising systems were tested in field trials and ex post assessed. Here, we presented results of the ex post sustainability assessment after one complete rotation.
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Caroline Colnenne-David, Gilles Grandeau, Véronique Tanneau, Maud Bénézit, Frédérique Angevin, et al.. Innovative IPM for Winter Wheat-based Rotations: First Results of ex post Sustainability Assessment of Cropping Systems Tested at INRA (France). PURE Congress 2015: IPM innovation in Europe, Jan 2015, Poznan, Poland. 〈hal-01359106〉

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