AGROSUS project recognizes the critical role of farmers as key stakeholders in the pursuit of sustainable and eco-friendly agricultural practices. By facilitating direct communication through surveys, the project aims to gather valuable insights and feedback from farmers across the 11 biogeographic regions involved in the project.
The first part of the activities engaging stakeholders focuses on the farm and weed management practices implemented by farmers. The aim is: to build a multi-actor approach with farmers and stakeholders that will be part of the basis for the AS proposed to be used.
The main source of information for this part of the project is a set of surveys with farmers to be complemented with existing data (literature reviews), and with additional in-person interviews with stakeholders and results of co-creation workshops.
Surveys with farmers will obtain information from them about problematic weeds, weed management techniques, frequently used herbicides, etc. The obtained information will be analysed together with the in-person interviews and used to finally co-decide with them in the co-decision workshops the best AA to be implemented for a specific crop in a specific biogeographic region.
A Minimum of 50 farmers per 24 Crop-Linked Groups (CLG) is desirable.
An adequate gender balance in the sample will be ensured.
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