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Open Access PREAR - Predicting and enhancing the Resilience of European Agro-ecosystems to environmental change using crop Rotations - H2020

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Arable farming in Europe mostly comprises of crop rotations, in which a series of crops, planted each year, is repeated over time. Crop rotations have a range of economic and environmental impacts, including temporal spill-over effects from one year to another. The choice of crops used in a rotation is flexible, and managers can adapt this in the light of evidence and predictions of future economic and environmental conditions. The aim of PREAR is to devise validated, practical and stakeholder-acceptable rotational cropping systems that assure stable agro-ecosystem service provision and are resilient in the face of climate change.
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Keywords: AGRO-ECOSYSTEMS; ARABLE FARMING; CLIMATE CHANGE; CROP ROTATION; CROPPING SYSTEMS; INRA

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: August 1, 2018

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