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Growing and Protecting crops Differently

Growing and Protecting crops Differently french PPR

Growing and Protecting crops Differently french Priority Research Program (PPR-CPA) was launched in 2019 by the Minister of Higher Education, Research and Innovation and by the General Secretariat for Investment. PPR-CPA is a 30 millions euros (about $35 millions) program that will operate for 6 years supporting by INRAE, the french National Research Institute for Agriculture, Food and Environment. Our ambition through this program is to support the transition towards a pesticide-free world. In this context, 10  research projects has been funded based on the 2019 proposal call which included agro-ecological approaches and prophylaxis processes. In order to reach the 2030 goals, projects work on new agricultural systems and develop new knowledge from different scientific disciplines to protect crops differently.

Two major studies help every project achieving their objectives : the ASIRPA Real Time Evaluation and a 2050 Foresight study

In addition and to promote a collaborative research, PPR-CPA offers a scientific coordination and animation for the next 6 years. Once a year, an international workshop is planned for the scientific communauty and supporting by the European Alliance. Many other events and communication means such as podcasts, interviews, articles are developed all along the program and are available in this website. 

 

Florence Jacquet Directrice de recherche Inrae et directrice scientifique du PPR CPA

3 questions for Florence Jacquet, scientific director of France’s ‘Cultiver Protéger Autrement’ (Growing and protecting crops differently) national priority research programme

France’s ‘Cultiver Protéger Autrement’ (Growing and protecting crops differently) national priority research programme has been launched with...
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