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ReMIX H2020 - Intercrops

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INTERPLAY serious game released

INTERPLAY, a board game designed to support practitioners assessing the ecosystem services provided by a large range of cereal-legume intercropping options

Interplay contains a game board, cards, counters, and datasheets to support and materialize players’ reflection on ecosystem services provided by...
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INTERPLAY WEBINAR HELD

ReMIX colleagues participated in a webinar to learn how to play INTERPLAY!

Which species to combine? When and how to sow? How to manage pests and diseases, weed control operations and phytosanitary treatments? What...
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Practice Abstracts 2nd batch

17 more Practice Abstracts on intercropping can now be read, translated and disseminated. Check our list.

A total of 29 Practice Abstracts have been produced to translate the knowledge acquired through the 4 years project into practical recommendations...
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ReMIX Final Annual Meeting

ReMIX partners met (online) for the last time: time to say good bye!

The final reunion (March 25-26) gave partners the chance to share project achievements and pending challenges.
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ReMIX-DIVERSify Final Conference

ReMIX-DIVERSify Conference gathered 300 participants to discuss "Intercropping to boost agroecology in European Agriculture"

All the presentations are now available on this site. The morning sessions were dedicated to the presentation and discussion of 5 policy briefs that...
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Final conference registration

ReMIX Final Conference: registrations are now open!

This event is a joint effort of the ReMIX and DIVERSify projects to boost the adoption of intercropping and delivery of its ecosystem services in...
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Diversify ReMIX final conference

A fruitful conference to share scientific results at the leading edge of knowledge on intercropping: DIVERSify and ReMIX joint event

The DIVERSify and ReMIX projects joined forces with the Association of Applied Biologists to hold a three-day virtual conference on ‘Intercropping...
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Course Intercropping ReMIX WUR

ReMIX project and the graduate school of Production Ecology and Resource Conservation at Wageningen University succeded with their first course on Intercropping for post-graduated students

The PhD course, “Advances in Intercropping” was given online from 11-15 January 2021.
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Arvalis supporting cover crops selection

Interested in choosing the most suitable species as cover crops?

ReMIX partner Arvalis is guiding farmers through its recently updated Decision Support Tool
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News item on 3rd Newsletter

A year of hard work and strong adaptation to new circumstances

ReMIX 3rd Annual Newsletter comes out summarizing a year of project activities
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