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- De Lorenzi, F., et al. Show all 7 Authors
- Procedia Environmental Sciences 2015 v.29 pp. 264-265
- biodiversity; case studies; climate; corn; cultivars; deficit irrigation; durum wheat; fruit crops; hybrids; irrigated farming; irrigation scheduling; landscapes; olives; peaches; pears; phenology; production technology; simulation models; soil; tomatoes; water flow; wine grapes; Italy
- ... The study addresses the biophysical dimension of adaptation. It illustrates and applies a framework to evaluate options for adaptation by identifying cultivars optimally adapted to expected climate conditions, building on existing crops intra-specific biodiversity. The aim is to reduce the vulnerability of current production systems without altering the pattern of current species and cultivation s ...