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A multiple criteria tool for on farm ex ante evaluation of the sustainability of innovative cropping systems with low pesticide use in viticulture

Abstract : Innovative cropping systems designed by researchers must be evaluated with respect to their environmental impacts and to their economic and social adoptability by farmers. Using a Multiple Criteria Decision Aiding method appears to be relevant as it enables to integrate both quantitative and qualitative information. A hierarchical tree of criteria was designed for the evaluation of grape cropping systems, focusing on practices of crop protection and soil surface management. Indicators were identified to qualify the candidate cropping systems with respect to each criteria. Because of the high diversity of farming systems in viticulture, a special care was devoted to the context of the farm i.e. its economic situation, its natural environment and the farmer’s priorities. The process of aggregation was then only partly determined with constant parameters, meaning that the stakeholders for whom the evaluation is performed must define the scale values of some indicators and the priorities among the economic and social criteria. This method of evaluation was tested by a panel of experts before being tested with farmers
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Sylvestre Delmotte, Aude Ripoche, Christian Gary. A multiple criteria tool for on farm ex ante evaluation of the sustainability of innovative cropping systems with low pesticide use in viticulture. ENDURE International Conference, Oct 2008, La Grande-Motte, France. ⟨hal-02755215⟩

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