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Dernière mise à jour : Mai 2018

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OPTIMA : “OPTimised Integrated Pest MAnagement to precisely detect and control plant diseases in perennial crops and open-field vegetables” [H2020]

Projet OPTIMA
Vers une gestion intégrée des bioagresseurs en vergers de pommiers, sur vigne et légumes de plein champ.

Le projet européen OPTIMA devra permettre de développer une méthode de gestion intégrée des bioagresseurs en vergers de pommiers (tavelure), sur vigne (mildiou) et sur légumes de plein champ (carotte/alternariose) en mettant en œuvre :

  • l'utilisation de bio pesticides
  • des modèles de prédiction et de détection précoces des maladies
  • des techniques de pulvérisation de précision

L'équipe QuaRVEg de l'UMR IRHS participe à ce projet dont l'objectif est d'évaluer différents produits de biocontrôle vis-à-vis de différents génotypes de carotte, de proposer de nouveaux outils de diagnostic moléculaire permettant d'évaluer les effets de ces produits sur la plante et de caractériser la réponse de la plante en évaluant notamment la réceptivité de différents génotypes de carotte à ces produits par analyse transcriptome (développement d'une puce QPFD, Puce à Faible Densité quantitative, outil permettant d'étudier l'induction des défenses des plantes) et métabolique.
Plus d'informations sur le site http://www.optima-h2020.eu/

Partenaires : piloté par l'université d'Athènes, ce projet fédère 15 partenaires de 7 pays différents et a démarré en septembre 2018 et ce, pour 40 mois :

  • Agricultural University of Athens (AUA), Greece
  • Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (UPC), Spain
  • Instituut voor landbouw- en visserijonderzoek (ILVO), Belgium
  • Università degli Studi di Torino (UNITO), Italy
  • Institut national de recherche en sciences et technologies pour l'environnement et l'agriculture (IRSTEA), France
  • Wageningen University & Research (WR), Netherlands
  • Universidade de Coimbra (UC), Portugal
  • Institute de Recherche en Horticulture et Semences (INRA - Agrocampus Ouest - Université d'Angers), France
  • Pulverizadores FEDES.L.  (FEDE), Spain
  • CAFFINI (CAF), Italy
  • Agricultural & Environmental Solutions (AGE), Greece
  • APRO (APRO), Spain
  • Terre da Vino (TdV), Italy
  • INVENIO (INV), France
  • European Crop Protection Association (ECPA), Belgium
  • Centre of Research and Technology Hellas (CERTH), Greece

Contact :Valérie Le Clerc, UMR IRHS