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Agriecol, Spanish Research Network for Organic Food and Farming - Building bridges between researchers and the organic sector 21
Sans, F. X..
The launch of Agriecol Thematic Network has strengthened communication between the research groups working in the field of organic farming and the economic and social sector (companies, associations and groups of organic agriculture and livestock, including forest systems and their use by organic production techniques, and the production and processing of organic food). This paper aims to show the activities of the Agriecol to increase national and international presence of the network in order to establish synergies with organic sector and with leading research groups working on organic farming worldwide.
Tipo: Conference paper, poster, etc. Palavras-chave: Spain.
Ano: 2014 URL: http://orgprints.org/24305/13/24305.pdf
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Linking species traits to agroecosystem services: a functional analysis of weed communities 21
Bàrberi, P.; Bocci, G.; Carlesi, S.; Armengot, L.; Blanco-Moreno, J.M.; Sans, F. X..
There is a growing interest in the use of functional approaches for the study of weed assemblages, to disentangle underlying processes determining their composition and dynamics. Functional approaches are based on the assumption that weed community composition and dynamics can be best explained by a set of species traits expressing their response to agricultural disturbance. This knowledge should help develop more sustainable, ecologically based weed management systems. Trait‐based data required for this kind of analysis are available from various sources, but most of them either cover mainly non‐weedy species or, in the case of weed‐focussed trait databases, they cover a limited number of species. In this work, we present a trait database for 240 weed...
Tipo: Journal paper Palavras-chave: Soil tillage; Research methodology and philosophy; Weed management.
Ano: 2018 URL: http://orgprints.org/32791/1/barberi-etal-2018-WRE.pdf
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Effects of intercropping and fertilization on weed abundance, diversity and resistance to invasion 21
Sans, F. X.; Altieri, M. A..
This paper aims to evaluate the effects of the cover crop type (Vicia villosa monoculture vs. V. villosa and Hodeum vulgare polyculture) and the type of fertilization (organic vs. chemical) on the structure of the weed community (biomass, number of species, diversity and evenness) and its invasibility through the experimental introduction of Brassica sp. seeds as a target invader species. Results show that weed biomass, species richness and diversity of the weed community are significantly reduced by inter-cropping, but are not affected by the type of fertilization. In organic plots, the density increases and the complementary pattern of polyculture resource use reduces weed abundance and Brassica sp. invasion, while the rapid emergence and fast growth of...
Tipo: Conference paper, poster, etc. Palavras-chave: Crop health; Quality; Protection.
Ano: 2005 URL: http://orgprints.org/4468/4/Sans_Altieri_4p_revised%2Ded.doc
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Tillage effects on weed communities in an organic winter wheat-sunflower-spelt cropping sequence 21
Sans, F. X.; Berner, A.; Armengot, L.; Mäder, P..
Conservation tillage could provide environmental benefits to organic farming. However, potential weed problems often tend to discourage farmers from adopting it. The effects of tillage (reduced vs. conventional), fertilisation (slurry vs. manure compost) and the application of biodynamic preparations (with and without) on crop yield and on weed cover, diversity and biological attributes were investigated in a cropping sequence of wheat, sunflower and spelt. Total weed cover and perennial cover in reduced tillage treatments were two to three times greater than in conventional treatments. Monocotyledon cover in reduced tillage was three times that in conventional tillage in spelt, whereas the dicotyledon Stellaria media dominated in sunflower. Weed diversity...
Tipo: Journal paper Palavras-chave: Soil quality; Weed management.
Ano: 2011 URL: http://orgprints.org/18922/1/8d_E_Sans__etal_2011_WeedResearch.pdf
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