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ReMIX H2020 - Intercrops

ReMIX will participate in a workshop on crop rotation and diversification organized by eip-Agri Service Point.

eip agri almere workshop
The meeting will take place in Almere, NL, the days 4 and 5 of June. Its overall aim is to promote networking among OGs and other innovative projects dealing with crop rotation and crop diversification.

With several Operational Groups (OGs) and other innovative projects already finished, many ongoing and more to come, this workshop will focus on crop rotation and crop diversification, while considering the benefits and impacts of these farming practices on ecosystem services. The event will also look at the challenges that related projects are dealing with, as well as possible solutions inspired by experiences and good practices. In addition, conclusions from the workshop will support the revitalisation of these traditional agronomic practices, translating them within the current developments of smart farming.

New models of crop rotation and diversification highlighted in the workshop may become key objectives for soil management in the future CAP Strategic Plans. Throughout the workshop, participants will have the chance to get to know each other, network and exchange knowledge, as well as to discuss relevant issues such as challenges and solutions addressed in relevant projects, and to share good practices. Having the opportunity to visit some related projects in the field and listen to relevant actors in the innovation ecosystem will further provide inspiration for discussion and elaboration in the workshop. Participants will also have the opportunity to further build their supporting ecosystem, by considering and planning new collaborative relationships on relevant issues.

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