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SUBJECT: cichorium intybus; chicory; plante legumiere; microeconomic analysis; achicoria

POSTED TO: Bulletin de Liaison des Endiviers (France) [0767-1490]

SUBJECT: triticum aestivum; fongicide; triticum durum; picardy/ chemical control; control de enfermedades

POSTED TO: Perspectives Agricoles (France) [0399-8533]

SUBJECT: efficacite; hyperomyzus; insecticide; nasonovia ribisnigri; control quimico

POSTED TO: Annales ANPP (France)

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Zerr, V. [jul-aou1993]

SUBJECT: crop management; crocus sativus; flavouring crops; plante condimentaire; plantas de condimento

POSTED TO: PHM Revue Horticole (France) [0758-1688]

On a etudie differents aspects de l'extensification en grandes cultures. On a constate qu'il existait en France un certain nombre de references techniques et economiques sur cereales, tournesol, pois, colza, ... dans differentes conditions de sol et de climat. Ces resultats permettent de calculer des optimums economiques dans differents contextes de prix. On a etudie l'interet de l'extensifica ...

SUBJECT: profitability; production vegetale; agricultores; plant production; extensification

POSTED TO: Perspectives Agricoles (France) [0399-8533]

The Coteaux de Gascogne region, an upland area in south-western France, is a site where studies related to the future of landscapes and the sustainability of natural resource management are well documented. The local agricultural system is induced by a “house centred” society with the particularity of passing on the inheritance and farm estate identically from one generation to the next. This ...

SUBJECT: polyculture elevage; geographical information systems; développement durable; typologie; territoire, foncier, politique agricole et alimentaire

POSTED TO: http://www.cahiersagricultures.fr/

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Over the past fifty years, agriculture, and particularly the rearing of herbivorous livestock, have undergone deep changes, with consequences on the French 'farming landscape': the area and nature of the pastures and forage crops, the cultivation practices and the harvesting and conservation methods have all changed, and are analysed here; questions are thus raised on the necessary adaptations ...

SUBJECT: regional diversity; paturage; cultivar breeding; fertilization; crop conservation

POSTED TO: Fourrages (200), 407-428. (2009)

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The Coteaux de Gascogne region, an upland area in south-western France, is a site where studies related to the future of landscapes and the sustainability of natural resource management are well documented. The local agricultural system is induced by a “house centred” society with the particularity of passing on the inheritance and farm estate identically from one generation to the next. This ...

SUBJECT: geographical information systems; développement durable; productions animales; polyculture élevage; land use

POSTED TO: Cahiers Agricultures 2 (19), 97-103. (2010)

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Over the past fifty years, agriculture, and particularly the rearing of herbivorous livestock, have undergone deep changes, with consequences on the French 'farming landscape': the area and nature of the pastures and forage crops, the cultivation practices and the harvesting and conservation methods have all changed, and are analysed here; questions are thus raised on the necessary adaptations ...

SUBJECT: regional diversity; paturage; cultivar breeding; fertilization; crop conservation

POSTED TO: Fourrages (200), 407-428. (2009)

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The Coteaux de Gascogne region, an upland area in south-western France, is a site where studies related to the future of landscapes and the sustainability of natural resource management are well documented. The local agricultural system is induced by a “house centred” society with the particularity of passing on the inheritance and farm estate identically from one generation to the next. This ...

SUBJECT: geographical information systems; développement durable; productions animales; polyculture élevage; land use

POSTED TO: Cahiers Agricultures 2 (19), 97-103. (2010)

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