An alliance between the public and private sectors to promote and encourage integrated crop-livestock systems.
The ICLS Alliance is led by the Research Group on Integrated Crop-Livestock System (GPSIPA) at the Federal University of Rio Grande do
Sul (UFRGS), the Agricultural Technology Innovation Center (NITA) at the Federal University of Paraná (UFPR), and the Research and Innovation Group in Pure and Integrated Crop-Livestock Systems (GPISI) at the Federal University of Rondonópolis (UFR), recognized for their solid technical-scientific production and extensive experience in ICLS research and human resources training.
Integrated Crop-Livestock Systems (ICLS) are production systems that plan associations of crops and animal production to explore synergies
resulting from interactions between soil, plant, animal, and atmosphere.
ICLS is also more popularly known as CLI (crop-livestock integration). The ICLS has been recognized as a unique option of production systems
where it is possible to aim, concomitantly, the intensification of production with environmental sustainability
“The ICLS Alliance opens up the possibility of participation by rural producers and companies in the private sector, who wish to participate in
a long-term and wide-ranging project, which has a philosophy of sustainable intensification and safe food production.”
For the first time, Aliança SIPA will present the results of its experimental protocols and Units of Excellence that are being conducted in the state of Mato Grosso on an online Field Day. The event will be broadcast on June 12th at 8 am (Mato Grosso time) in a dynamic, interactive format and applied to […]
The SIPA Alliance signed its first international partnership agreement with Fonds de Dotation Roullier (FDR). FDR was created in 2016 with the aim of researching, promoting and encouraging sustainable agriculture in France and worldwide. The partnership will foster research that supports the Integrated Production in Agricultural Systems Program (PISA). PISA is a concept of sustainable […]
In an interview with the program Revista DBO em Foco, broadcast live this Monday (22/2), Edicarlos Damacena de Souza (Deputy director of Aliança SIPA). According to him with a little planning, the cattle production farm can have great results by adopting a ‘new’ position of the producer: to be more farmer than cattle rancher, in […]
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