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Low input innovation in vineyard system, multi-scale, multi-criteria analysis

Abstract : Vineyards are perennial cropping systems with high expectations of product quality and profitability. In many régions of the world, wine is one of the most profitable agricultural product (Butault et al., 2010). Considering the need to decrease pesticide uses and therefore environmental impact of agricultural productio, wine production is facing a great challenges as it is gone of the biggest consumer of pesticides (AGRESTE and Simonovici, 2019). Winegrowers often manage diverse activities of the wine value chain, such as grapevine growing, wine making and wine trading. Winegrowers operate at various scales and deal with a high number of heterogeneous issues : they are managing grapes at the field scale, wines at the cellar scale, bottles at the market scale. We assume that, drastically reducing pesticide and more generally external input i.e. pesticides would greatly influence the management of these activites (Metral et al., 2015). In this study, we propose to analyze existing various wine production systems designed by winegrowers with very low input.
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Marie Thiollet-Scholtus, Bruno Striffler, Julie Wohlfahrt. Low input innovation in vineyard system, multi-scale, multi-criteria analysis. 6th International Symposium for Farming System Design, Universidad de la República Uruguay. Montevideo, URY., 2019. ⟨hal-02737165⟩



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