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Du champ virtuel au champ réel - ou comment utiliser un modèle de simulation pour diagnostiquer des stratégies durables de gestion des adventices et reconcevoir des systèmes de culture ?

Abstract : The transition to agroecological weed management requires models to explore the many combinations of cultivation techniques, assess their long-term effects and (dys) weed services. The model FlorSysis a virtual land that simulates the growth and reproduction of weeds and crops over the years, based on a detailed representation of processes per day and in 3D, from the culture system to interact with the climate. Case studies show how FlorSys used to (1) virtual experiments to diagnose cultivation techniques, (2) unravel the cumulative and interactive effects of cropping systems in virtual farm plots networks, (3) support the design cropping systems. Identify the causes of performance of cropping systems is essential for improving these systems, determine the range of validity of weed management rules, and promote innovations tailored to the needs of farmers. To facilitate the redesign of cropping systems,
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Nathalie Colbach, Stéphane Cordeau, Wilfried Queyrel, Thibault Maillot, Jean Villerd, et al.. Du champ virtuel au champ réel - ou comment utiliser un modèle de simulation pour diagnostiquer des stratégies durables de gestion des adventices et reconcevoir des systèmes de culture ?. Agronomie, Environnement & Sociétés, Association Française d'Agronomie (Afa), 2019, 9 (2). ⟨hal-02624809⟩

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