Agroecology is nowadays acknowledged as an alternative pathway to sustainable agriculture. Farms in transition to adopt agroecological measures are strongly affected by the agronomic, biophysical but also socio-ecological, political and institutional context. This calls in the need for a system approach combining local field knowledge with scientific knowledge of different disciplines. Therefore, agroecological innovation at farm level should be supported by a transdisciplinary approach in which all stakeholders, including farmers should be acknowledged as owners of knowledge, co-researchers and innovators.
|Status||Gepubliceerd - jun-2019|