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DiverIMPACTS - Diversification through Rotation, Intercropping, Multiple Cropping, Promoted with Actors and value-Chains towards Sustainability

About DiverIMPACTS

The overall goal of DiverIMPACTS - Diversification through Rotation, Intercropping, Multiple Cropping, Promoted with Actors and value-Chains towards Sustainability - is to achieve the full potential of diversification of cropping systems for improved productivity, delivery of ecosystem services and resource-efficient and sustainable value chains. DiverIMPACTS receives funding of the European Union's Horizon 2020 programme. More

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DIVERSify and ReMIX team up with the Association of Applied Biologist to host this joint online…

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Countryside, The Future, an exhibit at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York, persuades…

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DiverIMPACTS researcher from Arvalis, Clotile Toque, Clémence Aliaga, Peio Bachelet Piris have…

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Project partners From Arvalis, Clotilde Toque, Edouard Baranger, Peio Bachelet Piris and from Terres…

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Continuous monocropping of silage maize is associated with unintended impacts on production levels…

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Grain farmers are generally disengaged in crop diversification and dairy farmers heavily rely on…

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Diverse wide rotation, intercrops and supplying lentils to Hodmedod’s - A case study with UK arable…

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Project deliverables showcase the progress made in the DiverIMPACTS project thus far.

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Project partners from Maike Krauss from FiBL and Laurens van Run from Wageningen University &…

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DiverIMPACTS partners from Wageningen University and Research, Dirk van Apeldoorn, Isabella Selin…

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