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Stacking of ecosystem services: mechanisms and interactions for optimal crop protection, pollination enhancement and productivity
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Edited by Francesco Penacchio, Alexander Wezel, Samantha Cook, Sascha Kirchner, Hanna Friberg, Angharad Gatehouse, Ryszard Laskowski, Christopher John Topping, Hella Kechlenbeck, Luigi Cembalo, Massimiliano Borrello, Ilaria Di Lelio, Andrea Becchimanzi
Agriculture has to face the great challenge of balancing the demand for high productivity, imposed by the global increase of human population, with environmental impacts and social acceptability of new production strategies. The EcoStack project will develop ecologically, economically and socially sustainable crop production strategies by stacking of biodiversity service providers and bio-inspired tools for crop protection, within and around agricultural fields, in order enhance sustainability of food production systems across Europe.
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