SSS10.1 | PICO

Organic farming is based on the natural cycles of energy and nutrients, and relies on the use of crop rotations, compost and green manure. The International Federation of Organic Agriculture Movements (IFOAM) agrees to define the “Organic agriculture as a production system that sustains the health of soils, ecosystems and people. It relies on ecological processes, biodiversity and cycles adapted to local conditions, rather than the use of inputs with adverse effects".
This Scientific Session invites you to contribute with your experience in organic farming in relation to soil changes (biota, water, mineral and organic matter, erosion), soil productivity, plant protection, food quality or socio-economic aspects. Studies focused on optimal energy efficiency, water footprint (with an emphasis in green and grey water), greenhouse gasses (GHC) and soil nutrient balancing as indicators of sustainable agricultural practices, are also welcomed. Research conducted on different continents will be shown in order to know the sustainability of organic agriculture under different environmental, social and economic conditions. All these studies could provide robust scientific basis for governmental agricultural policies development and decision tools for stockholders.

Fundings provided by INIA (Spanish National Institute for Agricultural and Food Research and Technology)and Spanish Ministerio de Ciencia e Innovación (MICINN)

Convener: Marta María Moreno Valencia | Co-conveners: Paul Mäder, Jaime Villena, Carmen Moreno Valencia
| Fri, 12 Apr, 16:15–18:00
PICO spot 3

Friday, 12 April 2019

PICO spot 3
Chairperson: Marta M. Moreno / José A. Gómez
16:15–16:25 |
PICO3.1 |
Jaime Villena, Sara González-Mora, Carmen Moreno, Manuel Ramírez Luna, and Marta María Moreno
16:25–16:27 |
PICO3.2 |
Khalid Azim, Mostapha Ajrari, and Rachid Mrabet
16:27–16:29 |
PICO3.3 |
Effect of chicken manure derived biochar on crop yields
(withdrawn after no-show)
Kirill Kanunnikov, Irina Vybornova, and Svetlana Selivanovskaya
16:29–16:31 |
PICO3.4 |
Marge Sepp, Anu Kisand, Merrit Shanskiy, Maidu Silm, and Mait Kriipsalu
16:31–16:33 |
PICO3.5 |
Jesús García-Pradas, Sandra Bravo, Francisco Jesús García-Navarro, José Ángel Amorós, Caridad Pérez-de-los-Reyes, and Marta M. Moreno
16:33–16:35 |
PICO3.6 |
Xue-Feng Hu and Guo-Jun Lan
16:35–16:37 |
PICO3.7 |
Si-Wen Lu, Xue-Feng Hu, Fan Luo, Jun Li, Jing-Long Zhao, Guo-Jun Lan, and Liming Liu
16:37–16:39 |
PICO3.8 |
Subin Kalu, Gboyeka Oyekoya, Per Ambus, Priit Tammeorg, and Kristiina Karhu
16:39–16:41 |
PICO3.9 |
Xinyue Cao, Rüdiger Reichel, and Nicolas Brüggemann
16:41–16:43 |
PICO3.10 |
Steffen Seitz, Philipp Goebes, Viviana Loaiza Puerta, Engil Isadora Pujol Pereira, Raphaël Wittwer, Johan Six, Marcel G.A. van der Heijden, and Thomas Scholten
16:43–16:45 |
PICO3.11 |
| solicited
Biodiversity and organic agriculture – Species rich cover crops in vineyards of Hungary (Tokaj wine region)
Tamás Miglécz, Ádám Donkó, Dóra Drexler, Orsolya Valkó, Balázs Deák, Péter Török, András Kelemen, Zsófia Körmöczi, and Béla Tóthmérész
16:45–16:47 |
PICO3.12 |
| solicited
Yogesh Kumar Negi, Chitra Pandey, Deepti Prabha, and Jai Singh Chauhan
16:47–16:49 |
PICO3.13 |
Plant pathogen collection and biocontrol agents testing
(withdrawn after no-show)
Kamalya Karamova, Alina Akhtjamova, and Polina Galitskaya
16:49–16:51 |
PICO3.14 |
Plant growth promoting rhizobacteria can minimize allelopathic effects of Rosmarinus officinalis on germination and growth of wheat
Deepti Prabha, Portia Singh, Nitin Bisht, Yogesh Kumar Negi, and Jai Singh Chauhan
16:51–16:53 |
PICO3.15 |
Juana Labrador Moreno, José Blanco-Salas, Lorena Gutiérrez García, Antonio Flores Coleto, Marta M. Moreno, and Trinidad Ruiz Téllez