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Alternate methods for open field vegetable crops

  • Vegetables
  • All sectors
- Salle AUBANCE - 10h00 - 12h00
Speakers : Sébastien PICAULT - CTIFL ; Charlotte BERTHELOT - CTIFL

1/The REGULEG project: sanitising plants to regulate the populations of aphids for earlly crops under refrigerated shelter
Sébastien PICAULT – CTIFL

The early colonisation of vegetable crops under refrigerated shelter by aphids can lead to significant production losses. In September 2018, further to the withdrawal of the neonicotinoids, which until then were used as the basic protection strategies, biological control methods, based on sanitising plants, have been studied by CITFL and its partners

2 / Biodiv’sol: the monitoring of bio-indicators to increase the land-based biodiversity of market gardening soils
Charlotte BERTHELOT - CTIFL

For an environmentally-efficient agriculture, it is vital to consider the impact of agricultural crops on soil biodiversity and biological functions (e.g. fertility, regulation of bioagressors). The impacts of various agricultural practices will be studied by CITFL. This study will lead to a draft reference list of practices for open field vegetable crops.

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