Agroecological IPM – Combining 3 Agronomic Management Systems in Italy – IPM, organic and biodynamic


  • Technical result: : Comparison of soil biodiversity indices under IPM, biological and biodynamic grape
  • Economic result: Good quality grapes with desirable organoleptic characteristic for wine production
  • Sustainability (ecological, social and economical) Gains:


    • Enables regenerative land use practices: restoring soil biodiversity, fertility and organic matter
    • Elimination of reliance on chemical pesticides/fertilizers
    • Enabling resilient grape vine production systems without affecting biodiversity


    • Demonstrates good governance: good monitoring, preventive approach, biocontrol
    • Enables human and animal health and wellbeing, reduces worker and public exposure


    • Supports farmers’ livelihood and value distribution
    • Improvement of Improvement of financial viability
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kindly provided by:
Roberto Lucin and Claudio LiorIatti, Italy
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