Agroecological Crop Protection
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This book is devoted to Agroecological Crop Protection, which is the declension of the principles of agroecology to crop protection. It presents the concepts of this innovative approach, case studies and lessons and generic keys for agroecological transition. The book is intended for a wide audience, including scientists, experimenters, teachers, farmers, students. It represents a new tool, proposing concrete keys of action on the basis of feedbacks validated scientifically. Beyond the examples presented, it is therefore of general scope and proposes recommendations for all temperate and…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
This book is devoted to Agroecological Crop Protection, which is the declension of the principles of agroecology to crop protection. It presents the concepts of this innovative approach, case studies and lessons and generic keys for agroecological transition. The book is intended for a wide audience, including scientists, experimenters, teachers, farmers, students. It represents a new tool, proposing concrete keys of action on the basis of feedbacks validated scientifically. Beyond the examples presented, it is therefore of general scope and proposes recommendations for all temperate and tropical cropping systems. It contributes to the training and teaching modules in this field and it is an updated information support for professionals and a teaching aid for students (agronomy, crop protection, biodiversity management, agroecology).
  • Produktdetails
  • Verlag: Springer / Springer Netherlands / Éditions Quæ
  • Artikelnr. des Verlages: 978-94-024-1505-6
  • Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2017
  • Seitenzahl: 280
  • Erscheinungstermin: 7. Juni 2019
  • Englisch
  • Abmessung: 235mm x 155mm x 15mm
  • Gewicht: 436g
  • ISBN-13: 9789402415056
  • ISBN-10: 940241505X
  • Artikelnr.: 54773942
Autorenporträt
The editors of this book are:Jean-Philippe Deguine, Caroline Gloanec, Philippe Laurent, Alain Ratnadass and Jean-Noël Aubertot
Inhaltsangabe
Foreword
Preamble
Preface
Thanks
Introduction; Pierre Ferron

1. APPLYING AGROECOLOGICAL PRINCIPLES TO CROP PROTECTION

Outlines of Agroecology
Agroecology, a 21st century agricultural revolution?; Eric Malézieux
Agroecology seen by an evolutionist ecologist; Philippe Jarne
Can agronomy be merged into agroecology?; Jean-Noêl Aubertot, Jean Boiffin, Françoise Lescourret
Agroecology and frames of reference: an epistemological reading; Pierre-Eric Lauri

Evolution of crop protection
A critical look through the eyes of a science historian of the development of crop protection; Alexandre Reteau
Moving from integrated pest management to agroecological crop protection; Philippe Lucas, Alain Ratnadass, Jean-Philippe Deguine
Agroecological crop protection: at the interface between agroecology, crop protection and biodiversity management; Alain Ratnadass, Jean-Philippe Deguine
Conclusion

2. APPLICATION TO VEGETABLE CROPS: THE GAMOUR EXPERIENCE; Jean-Philippe Deguine, Toulassi Nurbel,re Guillermet, Luc de Laoayre de Bellaire
Agroecological management of insect pests of rainfed rice in Madagascar; Richard Randriamanantsoa, Alain Ratnadass

Approach to Biodiversity at the Agroecosystem Level
Initiatives for Functional Biodiversity in Viticulture and Natural Pest Regulation Services; A drien Rusch, Gilles Sentenac, Denis Thiéry
Semi-natural habitats for functional biodiversity in France; Jean-Pierre Sarthou, Ariane Chabert
Design and Multicriteria Evaluation of Innovative Cropping Systems
Rés0Pest: An experimental network of pesticide-free cropping systems; Vincent Cellier, Caroline Colnenne-David, Violaine Deytieux, Jean-Noël Aubertot
Conclusion; Alain Ratnadass

5. AGROECOLOGICAL TRANSITION KEYS

Introduction; Philippe Laurent, Jean-Noël Aubertot

Choosing and adapting methods
A synoptic view of the methods available to achieve ACP; Jean-Noël Aubertot
Basic pest control techniques; Jean-Noël Aubertot
Diagnoses in agricultural plots; Thierry Doré
Experiments on cropping systems; Jean-Marc Meynard
Modeling, an essential tool for ACP; Jean-Noël Aubertot

Creating and utilizing knowledge
Functional Soil and Aerial Biodiversity; Jean-Pierre Sarthou, Maxime Jacquot, Jean-Philippe Deguine
Effects of agricultural practices on biotic stresses; Marie-Hélène Robin, Jean-Noël Aubertot
Organic farming as a prototype for the development of ACP; Servane Penvern, Céline Cresson
Landscape ecology, approximation between agronomy and ecology; Sandrine Petit

Implementing and assessing practices
Experimental systems and co-design; Marc Tchamitchian, Fabrice Le Bellec
Multi-criteria evaluation; Céline Cresson, Violaine Deytieux
Mediation tools: support for implementation of ACP; Caroline Gloanec
Tracking trajectories; Claire Lamine

Training and knowledge transfer
Teaching ACP; Lucie Le Jeanne, Philippe Laurent, Jean-Pierre Sarthou
New training methods: self-training and on-li