Paris (France)

17 - 18 Dec 2014

Plot of soft winter wheat, Koreli variety © WEBER Jean

Mobilising natural regulation mechanisms, monitoring, diagnosing and anticipating risks to crop health

INRA’s Sustainable Management of Crop Health (SMaCH) metaprogramme is organising a seminar to launch its new projects for 2014.This year’s focus is on “mobilising natural regulation mechanisms, monitoring, diagnosing and anticipating risks to crop health”.

Updated on 11/10/2014
Published on 05/22/2014

SMaCH is holding the seminar as a part of its science outreach efforts. The aim is to disseminate information about the work of the SMaCH metaprogramme, to foster information exchange among new project participants and the scientific community, to encourage the scientific community to explore issues related to the focus area, and to galvanize future oriented thinking on new avenues of interdisciplinary scientific study.

The seminar will be held on 17–18 December 2014 at the Centre Maurice Ravel, 6 avenue Maurice Ravel, 75012, Paris, France.
Enrolment in the seminar is free. Registration is required at: https://enquetes.inra.fr/index.php?sid=13852&lang=fr

Provisional agenda

Wednesday, 17 December, 2 p.m.–5.30 p.m.

  • Introduction
  • Session 1: Mobilising natural regulation mechanisms
    • REACTION – Natural regulation mechanisms and catalysts: preventative bioprotection measures in tomatoes using mycorrhizal symbiosis. By Marie Chave.
    • FLADORISK – Grapevine flavescence dorée. Influence of the natural environment and comparative analysis of regional management systems for the disease. By Sylvie Malembic-Maher.
    • GARGAMEL – Agroecological management of major crop pests through selective species plantingin field margins. By Antoine Gardarin.
    • The intensification of organic agriculture: effects on controlling plant-eating pests in apple orchards. Doctoral thesis, 2011, by Gaëlle Marliac.

Thursday, 18 December, 9 a.m.–4 p.m.

  • Session 2: Monitoring, diagnosing, and anticipating
    • COPAIRNIC – Understanding and predicting Botrytis cinerea (grey mould) outbreaks: developing an outbreak early warning system. By Christel Leyronas.
    • LYCOVITIS – From visual diagnosis to sequencing:Sys3D, a joint diagnostic tool for tomatoes and grapevines. By Valérie Laval.
    • GEEK – Google Trends Network and pest outbreaks. By Jean-Pierre Rossi.
    • Measuring the risk of quarantine arthropod infestations: the role of climate, evolutionary history, and lifecycles traits. Doctoral thesis, 2012, by Martin Godefroid.
  • Discussion and conclusion.
Contact(s)
Organiser(s):
Sylvie COLLEU ( +33 (0)1 42 75 95 55)