Analysis of Cereal Trials to Evaluate Market and Non-Market Benefits of New Varieties and Their Traits - Poster

SP Hoad, D Moran, W Spoor

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Abstract

economic and market requirements and respond to commitments on climate change mitigation, soil and water quality improvement and biodiversity conservation. EU Directives that require testing for value for cultivation and use (VCU) as part of National Listing (NL) are primarily led by market drivers.
New varieties are normally defined according to market values such as yield and grain quality, but they could also be rated in terms of their environmental or social value such as the reduction of fungicide, herbicide, fertiliser or energy use.
Thus, the testing of new varieties could demonstrate financial benefits as well as contributions to wider climatic, social and agri-environmental drivers.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPrint publication - Oct 2007
EventAgricultural Field Trials – Today and Tomorrow - Stuttgart-Hohenheim, Stuttgart-Hohenheim, Germany
Duration: 8 Oct 200710 Oct 2007

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ConferenceAgricultural Field Trials – Today and Tomorrow
CountryGermany
CityStuttgart-Hohenheim
Period8/10/0710/10/07

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Hoad, SP., Moran, D., & Spoor, W. (2007). Analysis of Cereal Trials to Evaluate Market and Non-Market Benefits of New Varieties and Their Traits - Poster. Poster session presented at Agricultural Field Trials – Today and Tomorrow, Stuttgart-Hohenheim, Germany.
Hoad, SP ; Moran, D ; Spoor, W. / Analysis of Cereal Trials to Evaluate Market and Non-Market Benefits of New Varieties and Their Traits - Poster. Poster session presented at Agricultural Field Trials – Today and Tomorrow, Stuttgart-Hohenheim, Germany.
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Hoad, SP, Moran, D & Spoor, W 2007, 'Analysis of Cereal Trials to Evaluate Market and Non-Market Benefits of New Varieties and Their Traits - Poster', Agricultural Field Trials – Today and Tomorrow, Stuttgart-Hohenheim, Germany, 8/10/07 - 10/10/07.

Analysis of Cereal Trials to Evaluate Market and Non-Market Benefits of New Varieties and Their Traits - Poster. / Hoad, SP; Moran, D; Spoor, W.

2007. Poster session presented at Agricultural Field Trials – Today and Tomorrow, Stuttgart-Hohenheim, Germany.

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Hoad SP, Moran D, Spoor W. Analysis of Cereal Trials to Evaluate Market and Non-Market Benefits of New Varieties and Their Traits - Poster. 2007. Poster session presented at Agricultural Field Trials – Today and Tomorrow, Stuttgart-Hohenheim, Germany.