Dutch knowledge infrastructure for organic agriculture

W. Sukkel, M. Hommes

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    Abstract

    Stakeholders in Dutch organic agriculture have a very strong voice in determining the research and knowledge agenda. An innovation network called Bioconnect has been established to act as an intermediary between research and the knowledge demand of the organic sector. Through Bioconnect, the government has delegated decision-making about research-projects to the end-users of the research. The positive interaction between all parties in the network leads to successful and fast innovation
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationResearch on organic agriculture in the Netherlands : organisation, methodology and results
    EditorsW. Sukkel, M. Hommes
    Place of PublicationWageningen
    PublisherWageningen UR
    Pages24-29
    Number of pages120
    ISBN (Print)9789085854036
    Publication statusPublished - 2009

    Keywords

    • organic farming
    • infrastructure
    • research
    • agricultural research
    • networking
    • knowledge transfer
    • research coordination

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    Sukkel, W., & Hommes, M. (2009). Dutch knowledge infrastructure for organic agriculture. In W. Sukkel, & M. Hommes (Eds.), Research on organic agriculture in the Netherlands : organisation, methodology and results (pp. 24-29). Wageningen UR. https://edepot.wur.nl/15378