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    INRA is promoting data sharing by disseminating its chart for open access to publications and data and by setting up the website Datapartage in order to support data management and present the services offered for data management and sharing.

    France
    • Agriculture - General

    INRA is promoting data sharing by disseminating its chart for open access to publications and data and by setting up the website Datapartage in order to support data management and present the services offered for data management and sharing.

    France
    • Agriculture - General

    In European countries, the cultivation of fertigated crops experience scarcity of water, and the intensity of cultivation poses significant risks to water quality. The main objective of the FERTINNOWA thematic network is to create a meta-knowledge database on innovative technologies and practices for fertigation of horticultural crops.

    France
    • Farming Practices and Systems

    In European countries, the cultivation of fertigated crops experience scarcity of water, and the intensity of cultivation poses significant risks to water quality. The main objective of the FERTINNOWA thematic network is to create a meta-knowledge database on innovative technologies and practices for fertigation of horticultural crops.

    France
    • Farming Practices and Systems

    DIVERSIFOOD will evaluate and enrich the diversity of cultivated plants within diverse agroecosystems so as to increase their performance, resilience, quality and use through a multi-actor approach. By integrating existing experienced networks and using specific and relevant cases across Europe the project will strengthen “food culture” to improve economic viability of local chains resulting in a greater diversity of produce with a cultural identity.

    France
    • Plant Production and Protection

    DIVERSIFOOD will evaluate and enrich the diversity of cultivated plants within diverse agroecosystems so as to increase their performance, resilience, quality and use through a multi-actor approach. By integrating existing experienced networks and using specific and relevant cases across Europe the project will strengthen “food culture” to improve economic viability of local chains resulting in a greater diversity of produce with a cultural identity.

    France
    • Plant Production and Protection