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DURAPI – Vers une meilleure connaissance et un accompagnement technique des exploitations apicoles professionnelles : durabilité, stratégies de renouvellement du cheptel et conséquences sur le fonctionnement global de l’exploitation

Abstract : Variability of the production context, colony losses: professional beekeepers have to cope with several environmental and socio-economic issues to ensure the sustainability of their farm. Thus, the DURAPI project aimed at developing a sustainability assessment framework for bee farming operations through a participatory design involving the stakeholders from the beekeeping sector. We also considered the part of the colony and queen replacement strategy, which is central in the colony management: the existing replacement strategies were identified and their possible consequences on the farm sustainability, in particular on the work organisation, were studied. These results allowed us to develop training tools for future beekeepers. This project also provides several support tools for beekeeping advisors.
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Coline Kouchner, Frédéric Zahm, Marc Tchamitchian, Yves Le Conte, A. Decourtye, et al.. DURAPI – Vers une meilleure connaissance et un accompagnement technique des exploitations apicoles professionnelles : durabilité, stratégies de renouvellement du cheptel et conséquences sur le fonctionnement global de l’exploitation. Innovations Agronomiques, INRAE, 2021, 82, pp.81-94. ⟨hal-03140956⟩

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