Call for abstracts: European Conference on Crop Diversification 2019September 18 to 21, 2019 in Budapest, HungaryRead more
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Clustering efforts for crop diversificationArticle in AgrInnovation, the EIP Agri magazine (page 19)Read more
Video "The DiverIMPACTS field experiments"By Jamie Markham (LEAF)Read more

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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How can the capacity to support innovation be developed? Two series of co-innovation workshops paved...
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An online survey showed that there is a rich variety of experiences with crop diversification across...
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The DiverIMPACTS project, which was launched in June, 2017, held its first annual meeting in Almere,...
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Based on discussions at the "Spring Days" event held by the AFPF (French Association for Forage...
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This DiverIMPACTS survey aims to describe tools and methods that could potentially support crop...
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The DiverIMPACTS flyer provides an overview of the project's key activities, case studies, field...

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The first DiverIMPACTS newsletter is now available. In it, we disucss the key components of the...

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A network of 10 field experiments across Europe aims to demonstrate the benefits of crop...
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Case studies working on diversifying cropping systems are at the core of the DiverIMPACTS project....
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One of the central aspects of DiverIMPACTS is the 25 case studies, which demonstrate the potential...
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