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    Versailles : Quae
    Description / Table of Contents: Intro -- Summary -- Introduction -- Part 1. A few definitions -- 1. Pest, crop protection and natural regulation -- Pest: from injuries to economic losses -- Natural regulation in crop protection strategies -- 2. Plant diversification in agricultural areas -- Inc reasing crop intraspecific diversity: varietal mixtures, use of heterogeneous varieties (farmer, traditional), etc. -- Inc reasing the interspecific diversity of the cultivated cover: mixed cropping, service plants, agroforestry, etc. -- Inc reasing the temporal diversity of cultivated plants: diversified rotations -- Div ersity of semi-natural vegetation in the landscape: hedgerows, permanent grasslands, groves, etc. -- Managing the level of diversity in the landscape -- Part 2. Lessons learned from the collective scientific assessment -- 3. Agroecological impacts of plant diversification -- Div ersifying the vegetation on agricultural fields and landscapes is a crop protection lever -- Pla nt diversification is good for the associated biodiversity and the ecosystem services provided to farmers and society -- Div ersified systems often provide higher yields than poorly diversified systems -- 4. Implementing plant diversification to protect crops -- Introduction -- Pla nt diversification has contrasting effects on short-term farm profitability -- To e ncourage plant diversification, several obstacles must be removed both within agricultural supply chains and at the territorial level -- Pub lic policies are a key factor in the deployment of plant diversification -- Part 3. Outlook and research needs -- 5. Perspectives: plant diversification and environmental challenges -- Wh at role can plant diversification play in the transition to pesticide-free agriculture? -- Pla nt diversification of agricultural systems to meet the challenges of climate change.
    Type of Medium: Online Resource
    Pages: 1 online resource (131 pages)
    Edition: 1st ed.
    ISBN: 9782759238507
    Series Statement: Matière à débattre et Décider Series
    Language: English
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