Terres Inovia positions itself each year in various national and international calls for proposals, by proposing projects as a coordinator or by participating in projects put forward by its partners. It mostly proposes projects in association with other technical institutes (ARVALIS-Institut du végétal, ITB, IFIP-Institut du porc, IDELE, ITAB), INRAe laboratories and universities.

AGLAÉ

Le projet AGLAE (les Agriculteurs partaGent Leurs pratiques AgroÉcologiques), porté par la Chambre Régionale d'Agriculture Occitanie a pour objectif de créer un référentiel de pratiques agroécologiques innovantes en Grande Culture Polyculture Elevage, Viticulture et Arboriculture, qualifiées par des experts et basées sur des retours d’expériences identifiés localement chez les agriculteurs de la région Occitanie.

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Attenuer le changement climatique par la transition agroécologique

Le label bas carbone est une des voies pour participer à l’atténuation du changement climatique en attribuant une plus-value économique aux efforts des producteurs pour réduire les GES.
Terres Inovia est très engagé sur la question de l’atténuation du changement climatique, un des services environnementaux auxquels le secteur agricole peut contribuer. L’institut a oeuvré pour mettre au point la méthode sectorielle des grandes cultures labélisée bas carbone et accompagne les projets qui participant à ces systèmes agricoles vertueux.

                            

 

 

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W-SOLENT

This project, which started in 2020, aims to combine the levers to control weed control and adapt the handling of soybeans and lentils to the pedoclimatic contexts of western France.

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MALLAG

The Mallag project which begins in 2020 for 3 years, with the support of FranceAgriMer, pursues two main objectives: to secure the competitiveness of the most cultivated seed legumes (peas, faba beans, chickpeas and lentils) and to assess the risks development of root diseases linked to their insertion into cropping systems in order to preserve their sustainability.

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Secolbio

This project, which begins in 2020 for a period of three years, aims to secure the conduct of rapeseed in organic farming within the territories.

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INN-COLZA

It consists of improving the accuracy and facilitating the calculation of the nitrogen nutrition index in rapeseed for current hybrid varieties. Winner of the Plant2Pro call for projects from the Carnot Institute, this project started in 2020 for a year.

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ASCOLUP

The work carried out in the AsCoLuP project aims to acquire knowledge on lupine and chickpea diseases in French production areas.

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C3-PO

Winner of the Plant2Pro call for projects from the Carnot Institute, the C3-PO project started in 2019 for a period of 2 years. Its objective is to develop an automated optical detection tool, to precisely determine the number of birds on the plots and its impact on crops.

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FILEG

To enhance the value of pulses, Terres Inovia, with the Terres Univia interprofessional and many partners, is working to create a sector dedicated to pulses in Occitania.

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R2D2

R2D2 aims to support farmers in the Burgundy plateaus in the implementation of agro-ecological levers to find high and stable levels of production and profitability, in order to overcome the technical impasses they face.

 

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OUTILLAGE

erres Inovia coordinates the “Tooling” project, funded by Casdar, which began in 2018 for a period of 3 and a half years. Its objective is to develop, for and with farmers and the advisers who support them, tools allowing them to continuously test, evaluate and adapt innovations that meet their expectations, and to help them in this process.

 

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Botryfev

Winner of the Plant2Pro call for projects from the Carnot Institute, this project started in 2020 for a period of one year. The aim of the Botryfev project is to develop a reliable methodology for evaluating bean resistance to botrytis under controlled conditions, which will accelerate the creation of varieties and the marketing of varieties more resistant to the disease.

 

 

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OPTIPLASM

Winner of the CASDAR call for projects "Seeds and plant selection", this project started in December 2018 for a period of 3 years. The general objective of this project is to optimize the official varietal evaluation tool for rapeseed under controlled conditions against Plasmodiophora brassicae responsible for the cruciferous hernia.

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PREVOT

A new project funded by FranceAgriMer started in mid-2019 for a period of 3 years. Its objective is to offer sunflower producers efficient solutions to prevent bird damage which is today a major obstacle to the maintenance of this crop in rotations.

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BIOSTIM COLZA

The "Biostim Colza" project which started in 2020, for a period of 3 years, aims to develop a method for evaluating biostimulants on a pilot plant, winter rapeseed.

 

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CHARAP

Winner of the Plant2Pro call for projects from the Carnot Institute, this project started in 2019 for a period of 3 years. The challenge of this project is to generate knowledge and tools that will contribute to the genetic improvement of green aphid peas.

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ARECOVER

Winner of the Plant2Pro call for projects from the Carnot Institute, this project started in 2020 for a period of 3 years. He proposed studying water stress in peas, which is considered to be one of the main factors limiting the yield of pulses.

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Improving the earliness of soybean varieties

Terres Inovia is coordinating a project that brings together French breeders, GEVES and UFS with the aim of improving the early classification of soybean varieties in France. Funded by Casdar, it started in 2019 for a period of 3 years.

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ECODIV

The objective of the Ecodiv project is to provide farmers with a tool to help them choose crops for different diversification species (sunflower, soybean, pea, faba bean, lupin, chickpea, lentil), with a view to facilitating their integration into cropping systems, and thus extending their cultivation area in the different French regions.

It should also allow a more precise mapping of the cultivation areas of the studied species.

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OPTIMILDIOU

This project, essentially methodological, aims at validating and transposing to Terres Inovia a brand new method of characterization of sunflower blight races, based on molecular markers.
The biological test currently used will also be improved.

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PARTAGE : boucler le cycle de l'azote

Terres Inovia participe au Programme Agronomique Régional pour la Transition Agroécologique en Grand Est, groupe opérationnel du PEI, lancé en 2020 pour une durée de 3 ans.

Financé par le FEADER, ce projet, coordonné par la Chambre régionale d’agriculture du Grand-Est, réunit 18 partenaires publics et privés.

Il a pour objectif d’activer des leviers pertinents pour rendre les systèmes de culture plus autonomes en azote et diminuer les émissions d’azote, principale pollution agricole.

Pour cela, le projet vise à partager les connaissances avec un réseau d’agriculteurs (Living Lab) autour de trois axes thématiques :

-mieux gérer l’azote minéral apporté

-renforcer l’entrée d’azote renouvelable permise par les légumineuses

-recycler la matière organique sur les territoires.


L’institut participe à ce partage d’expertises par les connaissances acquises au sein de l’UMT Alter’N  sur les pertes azotées liées aux sources autres que l’azote minéral. Il pilote également les réflexions stratégiques pour inclure au mieux les légumineuses dans les systèmes de production à venir.  Face aux aléas climatiques rencontrés ces dernières années, l’une des priorités est de retrouver la bonne maîtrise de la culture de pois et féverole, dans le cadre d’un système de culture qui permettra d’en retirer tous les services écosystémiques possibles et évitera les pertes azotées dans l’environnement.

 

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