Project - Innovative Sustainable Agriculture in Mediterranea

Description


Description (EN): Agricultural production operations are subject to harsh quality requirements from the markets and consumers (LMR- GlobalGAP). Furthermore, significant recourse to chemical pesticides clashes with European directives on sustainable development and the obligation to promote ‘green’ growth based on integrated protection of crops (European Directive 128/2009, Ecopyhto II plan, National Action Plan). The challenges are therefore important for cross-border agriculture where pest risks are particularly high due to the warmer climatic conditions and the frequent trading of whole plants. SMEs must face at least one new phytosanitary emergency each year that afflicts important production operations in the area: ornamental, agricultural and olive growing. Socio-economically, the application of alternative strategies to using chemical pesticides requires a radical change in production methods through optimal management of natural aids. SMEs will not be able to use these new integrated protection strategies if they do not have the dedicated means to manage biologically rich and complex agro-systems. The IS@M project proposes to develop, validate and optimise a collaborative platform that combines new innovative instruments in aid of the decision to support PMEs to make the best eco-responsible decisions on a daily basis. Through a participatory collaboration understanding (research institutes, experimental stations, advisors, companies), IS@M proposes to assess the sanitary status and the epidemiological risk at the plot level, in real time, in the field and on tablets or smartphones. It equally offers a complete support service, that is both reliable and traceable, which can easily be used by each SME and promotes a Mediterranean network of agricultural companies thanks to a forum for exchanging knowledge, experiences and epidemiological alerts.
Description: Le produzioni agricole sono sottoposte a forti esigenze di qualità da parte dei mercati e dei consumatori (LMR- GlobalGAP). Inoltre, il ricorso importante ai pesticidi chimici si urta con le direttrici europee sullo sviluppo sostenibile e l’obbligo di promuovere una crescita verde basata sulla protezione integrata delle colture (Direttiva Europea 128/2009, Piano Ecophyto II Piano d’ Azione Nazionale). Le sfide sono quindi importanti per l’agricoltura transfrontaliera dove i rischi parassitari sono particolarmente elevati a causa delle condizioni climatiche più calde e degli scambi commerciali molto intensi di piante intere. Le PMI si devono confrontare almeno con una nuova emergenza fitosanitaria ogni anno che affligge le produzioni importanti della zona: ornamentali, agricole e olivicoltura. Sul piano socio- economico, l’applicazione di strategie alternative all’utilizzazione di pesticidi chimici necessita un cambiamento radicale dei metodi di produzione attraverso una gestione ottimale degli ausiliari naturali. Le PMI non potranno impiegare queste nuove strategie di protezione integrata se non dispongono di mezzi dedicati per gestire degli agrosistemi biologicamente ricchi e complessi. Il progetto IS@M si propone di sviluppare, validare e ottimizzare una piattaforma collaborativa che riunisca nuovi strumenti innovativi d’aiuto alla decisione per supportare quotidianamente le PMI nel prendere le migliori decisioni eco-responsabili. Attraverso una concezione di collaborazione partecipativa (istituti di ricerca,, stazioni sperimentali, consulenti, aziende), IS@M popone di valutare lo stato sanitario e il rischio epidemiologico a livello di parcella, in tempo reale, in campo, su tablet o smartphone. Offre ugualmente un servizio completo di assistenza, affidabile e rintracciabile, utilizzabile facilmente da ogni PMI e promuove una rete mediterranea di aziende agricole grazie a un forum di scambio di conoscenze, esperienze e alerte epidemiologiche.
Description: Les productions agricoles sont soumises à de fortes exigences de qualité de la part des marchés et des consommateurs (LMR - GlobalGAP). De plus, le recours massif aux pesticides chimiques se heurte aux directrices européennes sur le développement durable et à l’obligation de promouvoir une croissance verte basée sur la protection intégrée des cultures (Directive Européenne 128/2009, Plan Ecophyto II, Piano d’Azione Nazionale). Les enjeux sont donc forts pour l’agriculture transfrontalière où les risques parasitaires sont spécifiquement élevés du fait de conditions climatiques plus chaudes et d’échanges commerciaux très intensifs de plantes entières. Les entreprises agricoles sont confrontées au moins à un nouveau ravageur majeur chaque année qui attaque les cultures emblématiques de la zone : horticulture, maraîchage, oléiculture. Au plan socio-économique, l’application de stratégies alternatives à l’utilisation de pesticides chimiques nécessite un changement radical des méthodes de production via une gestion optimale des auxiliaires naturels. Or, les entreprises ne pourront installer ces nouvelles stratégies de protection intégrée que si elles disposent d’outils dédiés pour gérer des agro-écosystèmes biologiquement riches et complexes. Le projet IS@M vise à développer, valider et optimiser une plateforme collaborative regroupant des outils innovants d’aide à la décision pour aider quotidiennement les entreprises à prendre les meilleures décisions éco-responsables. Via une co-conception participative (instituts R&D, stations expérimentales, conseillers, firmes), IS@M propose d’évaluer l’état sanitaire et le risque épidémiologique au niveau parcellaire, en temps réel, au champ, sur tablette ou smartphone. Il offre également un service complet de conseil, fiable et traçable, utilisable facilement par chaque entreprise et promeut un réseau méditerranéen d’entreprises agricoles grâce à un forum d’échanges de connaissances, d’expériences et d’alertes épidémiologiques.

Thematic Information


Thematics: Agriculture and fisheries and forestry  SME and entrepreneurship  Sustainable management of natural resources  
Specific Objective: Streghten the cooperation in the cross border priority sectors for micro, small and medium-sized companies linked to green growth
Thematic Objective: (3) enhancing the competitiveness of SMEs by:
Investment Priority: (3a) promoting entrepreneurship, in particular by facilitating the economic exploitation of new ideas and fostering the creation of new firms, including through business incubators


Project Summary


Project name (EN): Innovative Sustainable Agriculture in Mediterranea
Project acronym: IS@M

Period: 2014-2020
Date of latest update: 2019-02-27

Web: http://interreg-maritime.eu/

Project start date: 2017-01-01
Project end date: 2019-01-01
Project status: Closed

Total budget/expenditure: EUR 1.529.411,76
European Union funding: EUR 1.299.999,99

Project documents

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Link to mobile application Decision Support Tool S @ M
Type of document: Website / webtool / webforum / cooperation platformDate of the document: Not availableDate of publication in keep.eu: 2019-02-27Language of the document: Spanish, English, French, Italian
Data source: http://interreg-maritime.eu/web/is-m/actualites


Partners Data


Lead Partner (EN): National Institute of Agronomical Research
Lead Partner: Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique
Address: 228 route de l'Aérodrome, Avignon, France
Website: http://www.inra.fr/
Legal status: Public

Address: Nice, France
Legal status: public
Address: Bastia, France
Legal status: public
Address: Sassari, Italy
Legal status: public
Address: SANREMO, Italy
Legal status: public
Address: Albenga, Italy
Legal status: public

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