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FELD 01/2022

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  • Articifial intelligence
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  • Patchcrop
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  • Climate
  • Agriculture
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  • Ecosystem
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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.

Mission of the Leibniz

Mission of the Leibniz Centre for Agricultural Landscape Research (ZALF) is to deliver solutions for an economically, environmentally and socially sustainable agriculture—together with society. As a contribution to overcoming global challenges such as climate change, food security, biodiversity conservation and resource scarcity, we develop and design crop systems, integrated in their landscape contexts, that combine food security with sustainability. The work of the research centre orients itself along three dimensions: Leibniz Centre for Agricultural Landscape Research (ZALF) Eberswalder Straße 84 15374 Müncheberg T +49 33432 82 200 F +49 33432 82 223 Executive Board Prof. Dr. Frank Ewert (Scientific Director) Martin Jank (Administrative Director) Public Relations Hendrik Schneider T +49 33432 82 242 Editors Hendrik Schneider, Sibylle Krickel (EIC) Editorial Staff Heike Kampe, Tom Baumeister, Kristina Backhaus, Tanja Kollersberger Layout Hannes Schulze (Nur Mut) Infographic Pia Bublies Photo Credits Title: Alex Wigan, Unsplash; Hannes Schulze, Nur Mut / 02: Hendrik Schneider, ZALF / 04: Hendrik Schneider, ZALF / 07: Kristina Backhaus, ZALF / 10: Naïo Technologies / 12: Michele Bergami, Unsplash / 15: neelam279, Pixabay / 16: Artellliii72, Pixabay / 17: Digdeman, Pixabay / 18: Yulian Alexeyev, Unsplash / 19: left: Katharina Richter, ZALF / 19: right: Hans-Peter Ende, ZALF / 20: Pia Bublies / 22: Meric Tuna, Unsplash / 24: Franck Barske, Pixabay / 26: Annette Piorr, ZALF / 27: top: FotoRieth, Pixabay / 27: bottom: Meike Weltin / 28: Tom Baumeister, ZALF / 30: Hannes Schulze, Nur Mut; Johann Neubert, ZALF; rbb Brandenburg / 32: Tom Baumeister, ZALF / 34: Andreas Dress, Unsplash / 37: Tom Baumeister, ZALF / 38: FBN / 39: top: Julian Hochgesang, Unsplash / 39: bottom: Taylor Franz, Unsplash If you would like to subscribe to this magazine free of charge, please send an e-mail with the subject line FELD and your contact information to: This magazine was printed on 100% recycled paper. © ZALF 2022 zalf_leibniz zalf.agrarlandschaftsforschung LANDSCAPE FUNCTIONING How do agricultural landscapes function? LAND USE AND GOVERNANCE How can we sustainably develop and shape intensively used agricultural landscapes? AGRICULTURAL LANDSCAPE SYSTEMS What will future agricultural landscapes look like? A novel research infrastructure provides the necessary interdisciplinary excellence: RESEARCH PLATFORM »DATA ANALYSIS AND SIMULATION« EXPERIMENTAL INFRASTRUCTURE PLATFORM 40

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