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ReMIX H2020 - Intercrops

Newsletter 2

Welcome to the second ReMIX newsletter!

In this second issue you will learn about the activities that have been taking place in the field around the Multiactor Platforms, you will get an update on the WP achievements after the second year of work, you can join us to read about the fruitful cooperation between the China Agricultural University and H2020 ReMIX project, and you can learn from the experience of INTIA on how to boost interactive innovation across the regional organic value chain.  

You can find more information on the individual articles below. 

Enjoy the read!

News from the MAPs: a year of activities in the field

The second year of the ReMIX project witnessed an intense activity of the Multiactor Platforms established in each country. Here is an update of some...
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An example of collaboration beyond Europe: the enriching cooperation between China Agricultural University and the ReMIX consortium.

by Long Li, with contributions by Wopke van der Werf and Eric Justes
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MAPs will develop "decision-tree models" for selected local species mixtures in WP1

By Henrik Hauggaard-Nielsen
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The ‘four Cs’ in action - competition, complementarity, cooperation and compensation, evaluated in WP2

By Erik Steen Jensen
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Experiments under controlled conditions to evaluate interactions within species mixtures and between mixtures and weeds in WP3

by Maria Finckh and Adnan Sisic
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Paving the way for a renewed genetic improvement of species involved in species mixtures, the aim of WP4

by Isabelle Litrico
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The first prototype of the Interplay serious game tested in Pamplona, as part of WP6 activities

By Marion Casagrande and Guillaume Martin
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