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Low Input Sustainable Agriculture


“Applying to crops the optimal amounts of resources such as water, fertilizers, and plant protection products is a necessary challenge to ensure the economic and environmental sustainability of agriculture”.


LISA will manage, with the UDL research teams, and IRTA, at the forefront, new techniques and alternative methods to minimize the use of phytosanitary products, through, among others, the management of weeds.


A key factor for the success of the crops is the fertility of the soil. LISA will implement the latest tenologies in remote sensing, data capture and processing in GIS systems, to promote new vario-application systems for cops.


Water is a scarce asset and it is necessary to preserve both quantity and quality. LISA It proposes launching pilot projects, innovations and applying new technologies, which allow a more efficient use of irrigation.



Knowing the different we can make a planning of the most accurate harvest, to obtain a grape differentiated by qualities that will provide added value in the overall harvest.


The LISA Project will use the latest technologies, and a series of sensors and devices that will allow you to acquire and georeferen a large amount of information about hazelnut crops and their physical environment. The analysis and interpretation of the data acquired will be of great importance in order to improve after productive efficiency and management of fruit exploitation

LISA is one of the projects that are part of the Community of agro-food production technologies -COTPA.

With the support of: