Eco-grazing, biodiversity: when animals are back into specialised plant crops

  • Fruits
  • Wine Growing
  • Agronomy and production techniques
  • Organic productions
- Salons LOIRE - 14h00 - 16h00
Speakers : Florent BANCTEL, Julie GRIGNON, Chambre d'Agriculture Pays de Loire ; Camille DUCOURTRIEUX, Chambre d'Agriculture de Dordogne ; Nathalie DALLEMAGNE, CAB ; Benoît MARCHADOU, LPO Pays de la Loire ; Edouard MASSART, le Jardin d'Edouard ; Jérémy MENARD, Domaine des Sablonnettes

Simultaneous interpretation

Favouring biodiversity with a comprehensive approach, or more specifically with a balanced co-existence between animals and plants, is key to the resilience of agricultural systems. Today, many practices are developed allowing producers to extend their « tool box » in order to limit interventions and use of inputs.

This lecture will introduce the summary of 25 agro-ecological assessments from the “Favouring biodiversity in vineyards” programme as well as the BrebisLink research project on how to increase the value of “additional” surfaces for sheep grazing.


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