Scientific and development research restitution

INRA and the CNRS organized with associated partners (ITSAP and the Regional Chamber of Agriculture) a morning of presentations on pollinators in field crops. Farmers, beekeepers, agricultural advisors, technicians and engineers were invited to participate to the conferences. The purpose of the day was to provide the latest scientific studies and research on the interactions between pollinators and field crop landscapes. On that occasion, SUDOE POLL-Ole-GI project was presented to the audience.

In the afternoon the public was invited to participate to various workshops among 5 subjects. One of them concerned the establishment of bands of perennial melliferous plants along arable crops. The benefits of these green infrastructures were presented and a period of exchange with the participants allowed rich and interesting discussions on the feasibility of this tool presented.

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