Publicaciones

Sistemas ecológicos de producción vegetal

Armengot L, Berner A, Blanco-Moreno JM, Mäder P & sans FX. 2015. Long-term feasibility of reduced tillage in organic farming. Agronomy for Sustainable Development 35: 339–346.
Armengot L, Blanco-Moreno JM, Bàrberi P, Bocci, G, Carlesi S, endekerk R, Berner A,Celette F, Grosse M, Huiting H, Kranzler A, Luik A, Mäder P, Peigné J, Stoll E Delfosse P, Sukkel W, Surböck A, Westaway S & Sans FX. 2016. Tillage as a driver of change in weed communities: a functional perspective. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 222: 276–285.
Caballero-López B, Bonmarco R, Blanco-Moreno JM, Sans FX, Pujadé-Villar J, Rundlöf M & Sans FX. 2012. Aphids and their natural enemies are differently affected by habitat features. Biological Control 63: 222–229.
Cárdenas M, Pascual F, Campos M & Pekár S. 2015. The spider assemblage of olive groves under three management systems. Environmental Entomology, 1-10.
Casagrande M, Peigné J, Payet V, Mäder P, Sans FX, Blanco-Moreno JM, Antichi D, Bàrberi P, Beeckman A, Bigongiali F, Cooper J, Dierauer H, Gascoyne K, Grosse M, Heß J, Kranzler A, Luik A, Peetsmann E, Surböck A, Willekens K & David C. 2015. Organic farmers’ motivations and challenges for adopting conservation agriculture in Europe. Organic Agriculture: 1–15. doi:10.1007/s13165-015-0136-0.
Chamorro L., Masalles RM & Sans FX. 2016. Arable weed decline in Northeast Spain: Does organic farming recover functional biodiversity? Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 223: 1-9.
Doltra J, Olesen, JE, Báez D, Louroc A & Cirinda, N. 2015. Modeling nitrous oxide emissions from organic and conventional cereal-based cropping systems under different management, soil and climate factors. European Journal of Agronomy 66: 8–20
Doltra, J & Olesen, J.E. 2013. The role of catch crops in the ecological intensification of spring cereals in organic farming under Nordic climate. European Journal of Agronomy 44: 98-108.
Lazcano C, Gómez-Brandón M, Revilla P, Domínguez J. 2013. Short-term effects of organic and inorganic fertilizers on soil microbial community: a field study with sweet corn. Biology and Fertility of Soils 49:723-733.
Ortega M & Pascual S. 2014. Spatio-temporal analysis of the relationship between landscape structure and the olive fruit fly Bactrocera oleae (Diptera: Tephritidae). Agricultural and Forest Entomology 16, 14–23.
Paredes D, Cayuela L, Gurr GM & Campos M. 2015. Is Ground Cover Vegetation an effective Biological Control Enhancement Strategy against Olive Pests? Plos One 3: 1- 13.
Peigné J, Casagrande M, Payet V, David C, Sans FX, Blanco-Moeino JM, Cooper J, Gaskoyne K, Antichi D, Bàbri P, Bigongiali F, Surböck A, Kranzler A, Beeckman A, Willekens K, Luik A, Matt D, Grosse M, Heß J, Clrec M, Dierauer H, Mäder P. 2016. How organic farmers practice conservation agriculture in Europe. Agronomy for Sustainable Development 36: 22.
Revilla P, Ruiz de Galarreta JI, Malvar RA, Landa A & Ordás A. 2015. Breeding maize for traditional and organic agriculture. Euphytica 205:219–230
Romanyà J, Arco N, Solà-Morales I, Armengot & Sans FX. 2012. Carbon and Nitrogen Stocks and Nitrogen Mineralization in Organically Managed Soils Amended with Composted Manures. Journal of Environmental Quality 41: 1337-1347.
Rotchés-Ribalta R, Blanco-Moreno JM, Armengot L, Chamorro L & Sans FX. 2015. Both farming practices and landscape characteristics determine the diversity of characteristic and rare arable weeds in organically managed fields. Applied Vegetation Science 18: 423–431.
Rotchés-Ribalta R, Blanco-Moreno JM, Armengot L, José-María L & Sans FX. 2015.Which conditions determine the presence of rare weeds in arable fields? Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 203: 55–61.
Ruiz de Gallarreta JI, Butrón A, Ortiz-Barredo A, Malvar RA, Ordás A & Revilla P. 2015. Mycotoxins in maize grains grown in organic and conventional agriculture. Food Control 52: 98-2012.