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Nuijten, E. and E.T. Lammerts van Bueren. 2014. Towards a more community oriented and chain-based breeding: Understanding underlying principles for successful new models. p. 19-20. In: Strategies for Organic and Low-Input Integrated Breeding and Management, Book of Abstracts, Proceedings of the Diversity Strategies for Organic and Low Input Agricultures and Their Food System 2014. Nantes, France. 7-9 July.

Number of pages: 2

Type of document: Conference Proceedings

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More information on authors/freelancers connected to LBI :
Prof. dr. Edith T. Lammerts van Bueren Ph.D.;
E. Nuijten, PhD


Language of document: English

Title in English: Towards a more community oriented and chain-based breeding: Understanding underlying principles for successful new models

Abstract / summary in English:

New breeding approaches and organisational models are needed to stimulate breeding for organic agriculture. In order to achieve this, new concepts are needed. We propose a new analytical framework based on two axes: the level of diversity in breeding products and the level of access in the breeding model. This model combines ecological and socio-economic aspects of breeding. With this framework, it is possible to understand the success of particular initiatives, and to understand what technical breeding approaches can be combined with which organisational models Such framework will also help understand how to stimulate the development of more community oriented and chain based breeding models.


Keywords in English: breeding approaches, organisational models, organic agriculture, analytical framework, key-elements
Towards a more community oriented and chain-based breeding