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National research projects

ANR projects

ArchiV

Virology

2019-2023

BEYOND

MISTRAL

2021-2026

CERES

MISTRAL

2020-2023

RESISTE

Virology

2019-2022

SPREE

MISTRAL

2017-2020

TNPhyto

MISTRAL

2020/2023

Ecophyto project

Medee

Virologie

2020-2022

INRAE project - Metaprogram SMaCH

FITINDIC

MISTRAL

2017-2020

INRAE projects - Metaprogram SuMCrop

DICCOM

Virology

2020-2021

MultiServ

Virology

2020-2021

INRAE - PACA project

BiOAD

MISTRAL

2019-2022

CasDar projects

ChaBabri

MISTRAL

2017-2020

OidUV

MISTRAL

2018-2022

SYNERGIES

MISTRAL

2019-2022

UE-Region PACA FEADER Project, GIS PICleg endorsement

CLAVINNOV

MISTRAL

2018-2021

CIFRE project

Garlic

MISTRAL

2018-2021

BCA-Sclero

MISTRAL

2020-2023

Medee - Towards low pesticide‐input agricultural mosaics: from modelling to territorial cooperation for the deployment of resistant grape cultivars

Medee - Ecophyto project

Towards low pesticide‐input agricultural mosaics: from modelling to territorial cooperation for the deployment of resistant grape cultivars
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Multiserv - Companion plants to control pests in horticultural systems: bottlenecks in adoption, experimentation methodology, services and disservices (and related processes)

Multiserv - INRAE project - Metaprogram SuMCrop

Companion plants to control pests in horticultural systems: bottlenecks in adoption, experimentation methodology, services and disservices (and...
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OidUV - Optimization in the field of an innovative crop protection solution based on UV-C radiation. Application to the reduction of the use of pesticides against powdery mildew

OidUV - CasDar project

Optimization in the field of an innovative crop protection solution based on UV-C radiation. Application to the reduction of the use of pesticides...
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RESISTE - Evolutionary rescue, stochastic effects and interaction with environmental stresses

RESISTE - ANR project

Evolutionary rescue, stochastic effects and interaction with environmental stresses
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SPREE - Strategic preemptive pathogen surveillance of air and water to anticipate plant disease emergence in scenarios of changing land use

SPREE - ANR project

Strategic preemptive pathogen surveillance of air and water to anticipate plant disease emergence in scenarios of changing land use
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Control of diseases caused by Fusarium sp. in vegetable systems (melon and garlic) according to soil diversity. Proposal of agronomic and ecological levers in synergy with the potential of pedoclimatic contexts and conventional and organic cropping system

SYNERGIES - CasDar project

Control of diseases caused by Fusarium sp. in vegetable systems (melon and garlic) according to soil diversity. Proposal of agronomic and ecological...
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TNPhyto - Genetic traits required by bacterial phytopathogens for plant infection and fitness in non-agricultural habitats using high-throughput transposon sequencing (Tn-seq)

TNPhyto - ANR project

Genetic traits required by bacterial phytopathogens for plant infection and fitness in non-agricultural habitats using high-throughput transposon...
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