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Knowing the Useful Plants for Organic agriculture according to literature: Building and Exploring a Knowledge Base for Plant and Animal Health

Connaître les plantes utiles pour l'Agriculture Biologique d'après la littérature : Construction et exploration d'une base de connaissances pour la santé végétale et animale

Abstract

Organic Farming excludes the use of synthetic chemicals to protect plants in the field or during grain storage and questions the use of antibiotics for livestock breeding or aquaculture. One way to limit major constraints of chemicals (pests and diseases) is to use active plants parts or plants-based products, as it has been described in the literature for plant and animal health. Our current work consists in building a knowledge database from existing literature and implementing exploration methods to support the extraction of knowledge by the potential users (smallholders, advisors, extensionists, researchers, producers, etc.). In early May 2018, the knowledge base gathered data from 227 documents, dated from 1957 to 2017. Ninety-four percent of the 33,400 uses recorded concerned sub-Saharan African countries.
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hal-01956380 , version 1 (15-12-2018)

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Pierre Martin, Samira Sarter, Marianne Huchard, Appolinaire Tagne, Zakaria Ilboudo, et al.. Connaître les plantes utiles pour l'Agriculture Biologique d'après la littérature : Construction et exploration d'une base de connaissances pour la santé végétale et animale. 4th African Organic Conference (Ecological and Organic Agriculture Strategies for Viable Continental and National Development in the Context of the African Union’s Agenda 2063), African Organic Network (AfrONet), Nov 2018, Saly Portudal, Sénégal. pp.137-142. ⟨hal-01956380⟩
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