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PROJET 'ARCHIDEMIO'. Modéliser les interactions entre développement de la plante, architecture du couvert et épidémies de maladies fongiques aériennes, pour une gestion durable des cultures

Abstract : In the ANR project “Archidemio” (2009 - 2012, SYSTERRA), we explored whether characteristics of the plant and the canopy (architecture, development, resistance levels) could be major determinants of epidemic development of air-borne diseases and could be used as control strategies in integrated plant protection. The project was structured in three main parts: 1) The construction of a generic model coupling host plant growth and fungal epidemics development, 2) the improvement of knowledge about four pathosystems (vine / powdery mildew, yam / anthracnose, peas / ascochyta blight, potato / downy mildew) and their characteristics (sensitivity to microclimate and susceptibility of the plant), and potential levers (genetic, or crop management), 3) the proposal of crop management scenarios at the plant level (architecture / genotype - ideotypes) and / or crop level (density, size, pruning).
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Agnes Calonnec, Benjamin Richard, Didier Andrivon, Alain Baranger, Jean-Eric Chauvin, et al.. PROJET 'ARCHIDEMIO'. Modéliser les interactions entre développement de la plante, architecture du couvert et épidémies de maladies fongiques aériennes, pour une gestion durable des cultures. Innovations Agronomiques, pp.201-219, 2013. ⟨hal-01208675⟩

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