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UMR INRA/Agrocampus 1069 SAS
 Sol Agro et hydrosystème Spatialisation
 65, rue de St-Brieuc CS 84215
 35042 Rennes Cedex - France

Activities - Functions

  • Acquisition de connaissances nécessaires à l’élaboration d’outils (indicateurs, modèles, règles de décision) d’évaluation de la performance et de la durabilité de systèmes de culture de légumes de plein champ pratiqués ou pour la mise au point de systèmes innovants.
  • Mise en place et suivi d’expérimentations en stations expérimentales et en parcelles agricoles. Enquêtes sur le fonctionnement des exploitations.
  • Assure l’interface entre la recherche et les acteurs du développement agricole (instituts techniques, chambre d’agriculture, groupements d’agriculteurs… )
  • Correspondante de la formation permanente pour l’UMR SAS.

See also

Travaux - Publications

. Sélection de publications

BISSUEL-BELAYGUE C., AKKAL-CORFINI N., MENASSERI S., LETERME P. 2005 Effect of N fertilization of cauliflower crop on C and N mineralization from crop residues (field and laboratory incubation experiments) Acta Horticultarae

C. Bissuel-Bélaygue, N. Akkal-Corfini, S. Menasseri and P. Leterme . 2004 . Effect of N fertilization of cauliflower crop on C and N mineralization from crop residues (field and laboratory incubation experiments)
ISHS Symposium “Towards Ecologically Sound Fertilisation Strategies for Field Vegetable Production”
Perugia, Italy, 7-10 June 2004

· Encadrement de stagiaires

ROCHE V. 2000 Etat initial de l'opération locale agri-environnementale légumière de Cleder. Mémoire de DAA, Spécialisation Sciences et Techniques des Productions végétales (option Agronomie et productions végétales), ENSAR, USARQ, CA du Finistère : 51p. + annexes

ANDRES-MONTANER. D. 2002 Etude dans des cases lysimétriques du devenir d'un apport de résidus de chou-fleur (B. oleracea L. cv Botrytis) marqués à l'azote 15 dans une rotation chou-fleur – pomme de terre de primeur ( S. tuberosum L.) Mémoire de fin d'étude pour l'obtention du Diplôme Supérieur d'Horticulture appliquée. Horticulture : produits, marchés et qualité. 55p + annexes.

Boaglio.V. 2003. Influence du système de culture sur le développement du cavity spot de la carotte. Couplage d’un suivi épidémiologique et d’une enquête agronomique dans le bassin de Créances. Rapport de stage de deuxième année de l’école Nationale Supérieure Agronomique de Montpellier. + annexes.

Pacault. C., 2005. Impact des systèmes de culture légumiers du Nord Bretagne sur la qualité du sol et de l’eau. Mémoire de DAA, Spécialisation Sciences et Techniques des Productions végétales (option Ingénierie des agrosystèmes), ENSAR, INRA/UMRSAS, CA du Finistère : 50p. + annexes