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Étude économique des filières Bas-Niveaux d'Impacts : diagnostic et perspectives

Abstract : This report fits into a context of a search for action levers at the level of the chains to protect the quality of water in areas sensitive to diffuse pollution. The economic study of the chains is based on a method of classification of Low-Level Impact Crops according to certain criteria: impact on the water resource, adaptation to the pedoclimatic conditions of the territory, impact on the farming system and economic sustainability. This method defines a decision matrix specific to the study to compare the cultures. Completed by interviews with the agricultural structures of the territory, the study helped to reconstitute the territorial sectors. Some crops have interesting results: alfalfa, forage and seed, buckwheat, nettle, hemp, miscanthus. This diagnosis has shown that these cultures present interesting prospects for development in the area, with regards to the tools available to the community. It constitutes a first approach of the local and potential sectors and requires to deepen via a complementary market study.
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Arthur Lovat. Étude économique des filières Bas-Niveaux d'Impacts : diagnostic et perspectives. Sciences du Vivant [q-bio]. 2019. ⟨dumas-02369885⟩



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