Symposium on Breeding for Diversification: A Joint Meeting of the EUCARPIA Section, Organic and Low-Input Agriculture, ECO-PB, LIVESEED, INSUSFAR, DIVERSify, HealthyMinorCereals, ReMIX, and Wheatamix University of Kassel, 19th–21st February 2018, Witzenhausen, Germany
Jelena Ba?anovi?-Šiši?, Dominic Dennenmoser, Maria R. Finckh
kassel university press GmbH, 26.02.2018 - 151 Seiten
We are very happy that in this symposium researchers from a multitude of countries around the world are coming together in order to discuss issues about breeding for intra- and inter-specific diversity as well for annuals as for perennials. THe submitted abstracts show that the activities are far wider than just the cereals that are covered by the EU directive and that there will be a need to expand the activities on the legal side.
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adapted agroforestry agronomic AgroParisTech analysis Annicchiarico antioxidant assessed barley biodiversity biomass canopy CCPs characterised common bunt competitive effect components composite cross populations cropping systems cultivar mixtures cultivation diversification ecological ecosystem Enjalbert environmental environments evaluated experiment faba bean farmers farming systems field trials Finckh genetic diversity genetic resources genotypes Germany Goldringer grain yield grown ideotypes improve increased INRA INSUSFAR interactions intercropping leaf legume LIVESEED low input Material and Methods minor cereals mixed cropping mixing ability monocultures odes'ka on-farm organic agriculture organic farming pathogen performance pest phenotypic pigeon pea plant breeding production protein pure stands resilience Results and Discussion Rosso seed selection Seventh Framework Programme soil sole crop sowing densities species mixtures spelt sustainable Thiverval-Grignon trait plasticity Triticum aestivum University of Göttingen University of Kassel variety mixtures weed wheat cultivars Wheatamix project white lupin winter faba bean winter wheat yield stability