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Looking to the living soils of tomorrow

Viticulture: more micro-organisms in biodynamic soils
A study by INRAE (Institut national de la recherche agronomique) shows an increased presence of micro-organisms in biodynamic soils. These conclusions concern in particular viticulture, a sector at the forefront in this field. The result is indisputable. According to a meta-analysis carried out by Amélie Christel, of AgroParisTech, Pierre-Alain Maron and Lionel Ranjard, of the…
Interview: regenerative agriculture, focus on promising innovations
Marion Guillou is a French engineer and polytechnician, specialized in global food security. She was Chairperson of the Board of Directors of the École Polytechnique (2008-2013) and President and CEO of INRA (2004-2012). She is a member of the High Council for Climate, a structure created in 2018 and working alongside the French Prime Minister.…
RESEARCH & INNOVATION – World Living Soils Forum
The preservation of the Living Soils is one of Moët Hennessy’s major commitments in terms of sustainability. This site is intended to consolidate the numerous existing initiatives around the world on the topic as a way to contribute to the sharing of knowledge and help evolve practices to encourage soil regeneration.