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Assessing the cost, effectiveness and acceptability of best management farming practices: a pluridisciplinary approach

Abstract : The AgriBMPWater project has been imagined and built in a pluridisciplinary approach and framework, with the study of the object "BMPs" by several disciplines at the same time (hydrology, economy, sociology, geography and agronomy). The knowledge of the object in each discipline is deepened by a fertile multi-field contribution: disciplines borders have been broken down, allowing crossbreeding between different scientific fields. This crossbreeding becomes necessary as sustainability in agriculture and livestock production gathers together very different and evolving notions. Moreover, crossbreeding between scientific findings and on-farm application contributed to enrich the analysis.
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N. Turpin, R. Laplana, P. Strauss, M. Kaljonen, Frédéric Zahm, et al.. Assessing the cost, effectiveness and acceptability of best management farming practices: a pluridisciplinary approach. International Journal of Agricultural Resources Governance and Ecology, Inderscience Enterprises Ltd., 2006, 5 (2/3), pp.272-288. ⟨hal-02586693⟩

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