agronomy crop cropping systems
managing pests pesticide use inputs
challenge of agriculture
innovation plant (annual,perennial,...)
tropical and Mediterranean area environmental footprint of farming
300 researchers and teacher-researchers
80 diploma courses (from Bac +2 to Bac +8: technician, engineering degree, Master’s, PhD)
Agronomy Research Expertise in Montpellier and Languedoc-Roussillon (France) Agronomy:crops and cropping systems
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Jacques Wery, UMR System
"les dossiers d'Agropolis International"
"Agronomy - Crops and cropping systems" (n° 12 - 72 pages)
2nd edition (07/2012)
The series is a publication issued by Agropolis International, in French and English, within its mission for the promotion of the scientific community skills. Each series which is a directory of skills, is dedicated to a major scientific issue.
Agronomy research expertise in Montpellier and the Languedoc-Roussillon
2nd edition (July 2012)
The data related to the research units have been updated on 07/12. The other information presented was valid on 30/05/10.
Coordinator : Jacques Wery, UMR System
This topics covered in the Dossier concern:
multidisciplinary research units, involving over
300 researchers and teacher-researchers, supervising around a hundred PhD students.
• 80 diploma courses (from Bac +2 to Bac +8: technician, engineering degree, Master’s, PhD), as well as vocational training modules (existing or developed upon request).
Table of contents
Foreword: Current agronomy issues, approaches and complementary features
Ensuring top quality, high quantity production
Minimizing the impact of cropping on biogeochemical cycles
Managing pests and optimizing pesticide use
Preserving water resources
Developing and disseminating innovations
Topics covered by the research teams
Involvement in international networks
Training at Agropolis International
High resolution (10 Mo)
Version optimisée (10 Mo)
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Update on 19/10/12
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