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FELD 01/2022

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Small squares instead of large fields: Together with a real farm, a research team is testing an unusual cropping system in the patchCROP landscape laboratory. // ZALF researchers are developing agricultural strategies to explicitly promote valuable ecosystem services like fertile soils and clean drinking water. // Striving for a resource-efficient agriculture without yield losses, more and more farmers are implementing measures of sustainable intensification on their farms. // Using precision farming to detect pest outbreaks and predict climate change effects: artificial intelligence holds great potential for agriculture.

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Patchcrop Patchcrop MORE DIVERSITY IN THE FIELD In the »patchCROP« landscape laboratory, researchers and farmers are jointly testing a vision of the future. Instead of just one crop, up to nine crops are grown side by side in the field — exactly where they find optimal site conditions. Current management The simultaneous cultivation of several crops in a single field reduces the risk of major crop failures during extreme weather events. The cultivation system under investigation also ensures that the soil is covered year-round which protects it from being eroded and degraded. Flower strips create additional habitats for insects, birds or wild herbs. Vision of the future Barley Rapeseed Wheat Soybean Sunflower Oats Lupine Rye Maize Soils with high yield potential Flower strips Project Website 20 21

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