Ecological and agronomic impact study of the grinding periods of the outer edge of cereal plain plots

June 14, 2020
June 14, 2020 FACE

The Hunters Federation of Loiret is carrying out a study as part of the national AGRIFAUNE programme. Several actions are being implemented such as practice tests (limitation of herbicides at the roadside, differentiated grinding of the outer edges, etc.) and monitoring activities (flora, pollinators, arthropods, weeds). In 2014, a symposium to report on the 4 years of experimentation took place at the Orléans Museum.

Country: France
Region: Centre-Val de Loire
Starting date: 2014
Species characteristics: Small game plains (huntable) / And not huntable species / Flore
Type of actions: Research and Data Collection
Leading partners: Fédération départementale des chasseurs du Loire, Agrifaune


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