Specific labelling to the agri-food industry. Collective IPM actions and strategies


Horticulture IPM




Instituto Navarro de
Teconologías e Infraestructuras Agroalimentarias SA


Demonstrate in farmers’ plots that the innovation allows for reducing the presence of some pests in the crop

The main stakeholders are farmers (cooperatives), agroindustry, and public advisory services. Farmers have face-to-face contact with public advisors every week and they sell their product to the agroindustry that establishes some standards (e.g. not using some specific pesticides, trying the reduce the number of products they apply). The agroindustry is also linked to the advisory service (advice and training activities). They are not involved yet 

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Updates from
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Case Studies (CICS)

CICS 01 denmark

New business opportunities along local food value chains – including educational aspects

CICS 02 sweden

Increased market demand for locally produces, value addition, unlocking from local to national

CICS 03 uk

New and high value product development requiring technical quality adjustments

CICS 04 france

Develop mixtures of species for food innovations adapted to original low productivity contexts

CICS 05 germany

New product development including technology and adjustments/redefining regulations

CICS 06 greece

New sustainable products for local markets including new machineries and adaptation

CICS 07 reunion

New proven crop management strategies using service plants between the sugarcane rows

CICS 08 spain

Specific labelling to agri-food industry. Collective IPM actions and strategies

CICS 09 serbia

Added final product value with prototypes and operational solutions

CICS 10 france (west)

Local/regional values chains, up to national to bring out other groups in FNCUMA network

CICS 11 italy

Environmental service clarifications including technical equipment optimization and investment

CICS 12 mozambique

"Global south" model building with the transition from subsistence to commercial family farming

CICS 13 switzerland

Each value chain actor needs to experience benefit from intercropping strategies