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Additional info for Agroecology and Strategies for Climate Change
Different factors limiting organic crop production such as weed and pest infestation, soil compaction or climatic conditions like water stress and hot temperatures could be determined (ﬁeld scale; agronomy) (David et al. 2005a #ASAGRANDE ET AL 2009). From 1998 to 2004, management of N fertilisation had also been studied under controlled on-station conditions, to produce references for N nutrition of organic and low-input wheat from organic N sources (David et al. 2004). This research also allowed developing a decision support system to manage N fertilisation of organic wheat (David et al.
G. g. cultivar, preceding crop, N fertilisation and weed control, but also the incidence of soil and climatic conditions such as water deﬁcit and temperature on grain yield and protein content (ﬁeld and agroecosystem scale; agronomy). Furthermore, interviews with farmers which were started in the ﬁrst phase, Agroecology and the Food System 25 enlarged in the second phase and which became up to present a key element of the research program, enabled to study more completely the farm management (plot, farm and food system scale; agronomy, economy and sociology).
2008) CULTURE IS NEEDED "OODY AND $E6ORE 2006). Many of the current problems of unsustainability in agricultural systems stem from a failure to recognise this crucial fact. Thus, in designing new systems of food production, particular attention needs to be given to the central importance of, and the advantages provided by the local ENVIRONMENT &IG 1 &OR