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Supporting Sustainable Agroecological Initiatives for Small Farmers through Constraint Programming

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Meeting the UN's objective of developing sustainable agriculture requires, in particular, accompanying small farms in their agroecological transition. This transition often requires making the agrosystem more complex and increasing the number of crops to increase biodiversity and ecosystem services. This paper introduces a flexible model based on Constraint Programming (CP) to address the crop allocation problem. This problem takes a cropping calendar as input and aims at allocating crops to respect several constraints. We have shown that it is possible to model both agroecological and operational constraints at the level of a small farm. Experiments on an organic micro-farm have shown that it is possible to combine these constraints to design very different cropping scenarios and that our approach can apply to real situations. Our promising results in this case study also demonstrate the potential of AI-based tools to address small farmers' challenges in the context of the sustainable agriculture transition.
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hal-04208954 , version 1 (19-09-2023)

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Margot Challand, Philippe Vismara, Dimitri Justeau-Allaire, Stéphane de Tourdonnet. Supporting Sustainable Agroecological Initiatives for Small Farmers through Constraint Programming. IJCAI 2023 - 32nd International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence, Aug 2023, Macau, China. pp.5924-5931, ⟨10.24963/ijcai.2023/657⟩. ⟨hal-04208954⟩
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