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TITLE

Optimisation of French energy cover crop production in double cropping systems for on-farm biogas use

OBJECTIVE

Double cropping systems including energy catch crop represent an innovative way to achieve the ambitious targets of the French energy transition strategy mainly for on-farm biogas use. The purpose of OPTICIVE program was to improve crop rotation management of these innovative cropping systems for food/feed and non-food use.
ACRONYM

OPTICIVE

FUNDING SOURCE

national/regional

WEBSITE Not available
REPORT Not available
CROP CATEGORIES

Oil

Lignocellulosic

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PROJECT DURATION

2015-2018

PROJECT TYPE

National

NUTS3

FR623 - Haute-Garonne

CROP CATEGORIES

Oil

Lignocellulosic

KEYWORDS

Energy crops

Biogas

Economics

Environment

Assessment

Double cropping system

OTHER GEOLOCATION

france

FUNDING SOURCE

national/regional

FINAL REPORT

N/A

TOPICS

Cultivation & agronomic management

Uses/applications

COORDINATOR

GIE GAO

PARTNERS

Arvalis Institut du Végétal

Terres Inovia

Terres Univia

Euralis

Double cropping systems including energy catch crop represent an innovative way to achieve the ambitious targets of the French energy transition strategy mainly for on-farm biogas use. The purpose of OPTICIVE program was to improve crop rotation management of these innovative cropping systems for food/feed and non-food use.

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