Practice Abstracts

15. Sustainability at farm level as media for demonstration. Author: Frank Oudshoorn (SEGES). Languages: English.
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14. Online demonstration videos: added benefits for farmers. Author: Taru Sandén, Heide Spiegel (Department for Soil Health and Plant Nutrition, Austrian Agency for Health and Food Safety, AGES) Alfred Grand (Grand Farm). Languages: English.
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13. A detailed checklist for organisers of demonstration events. Author: John Casey,  Forestry Development Officer (Teagasc). Languages: English.
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12. Certificate as a way to recognise the value of demonstration activities. Author: Taru Sandén, Heide Spiegel (Department for Soil Health and Plant Nutrition, Austrian Agency for Health and Food Safety, AGES). Languages: English.
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11. A practice centre as addition in commercial arable farming. Author: Peter Paree, Ivonne de Bruijn (ZLTO) Languages: English, Dutch.
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10. Field labs: an opportunity for farmers to host and demonstrate trials on terminating cover crops. Author: Julie Ingram and Hannah Chiswell (CCRI) Languages: English.
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9. Innov’Action in Brittany, a farmer to farmer innovation exchanges. Author: Mathieu Merlhe (Chambre d’agriculture de Bretagne). Languages: English, French.
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8. Digital Farm as a real-life testbed. Author:  Branko Sikoparija (Biosense Institute). Languages: English, Serbian.
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7. Cattle production in Poland – peer to peer learning process. Author: Janusz Dąbrowski(Centrum Doradztwa Rolniczego
w Brwinowie). Languages: English, Polish.
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6. Good practices from a demonstration in Southern Jutland (Denmark). Author: Maja Eline Petersen (SEGES). Languages: English, Danish.
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5. FarmDemo: The Hub to share, improve and learn about farmer-to-farmer demonstrations. Authors: Miguel Cordero & Marcos Boullón. LaboraTe, Campus Terra, Universidade de Santiago de Compostela (USC).
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4. A first European typology of on-farm demonstration activities. Authors: Lies Debruyne (Institute for Agricultural and Fisheries Research -ILVO- ) & Mathieu Merlhe (Association des Chambres d’agriculture de l’Arc Atlantique–AC3A-).
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3. Revealing functions of on-farm demonstrations. Author: Julie Ingram. Countryside and Community Research Institute (CCRI), University of Gloucestershire.
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2. Revealing structural characteristics of on-farm demonstrations. Author: Alexandros Koutsouris. Agricultural University of Athens (AUA).
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1. AgriDemo-F2F: enhancing farmer-to-farmer learning through on-farm demonstrations. Authors: Fleur Marchand & Lies Debruyne. Institute for Agricultural and Fisheries Research (ILVO ).
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