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Plantes et Système de cultures Horticoles

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Daniel Plénet

Researcher

Daniel Plénet

Researcher

Dpt. Environment and Agronomy

Lab. Plantes et Systèmes de culture Horticoles

Team : Ecologie de la production Intégrée (EPI)

CONTACTS

INRA - Unité PSH UR1115

Domaine Saint Paul, Site Agroparc

CS 40509

84914 Avignon Cedex 9

Email : Daniel.Plenet@avignon.inra.fr

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  • POSITIONS AND EDUCATION

Engineer in INRA from 1988

1995 - PhD thesis in agronomical sciences.

  • MAIN RESEARCH INTERESTS

Current :

I am currently part of the EPI team working on integrated horticultural crop production. My activities are mainly related to three domains :

- The analysis of growers’ practices to characterize the decision rules in orchard management and their impacts on environment. Characterizations of agronomic performances of orchards.

- Researchs in irrigation management and training systems in peach trees (indicators of tree water status, tree pruning and management)

- Participation to working groups in relation to tree cropping system design.

Past (1988-1999) :

While at INRA UR Agronomie Bordeaux, I mainly worked on the plant nutrition in maize crops, particularly the effects of nitrogen and phosphorus fertilizations and I developed indicators to plant nitrogen status.

  • PUBLICATIONS (scientific and technical papers)

Orchard management

Plénet, D., Simon, S., Vercambre, G., Lescourret, F., 2010c. Systèmes de culture en arboriculture fruitière et qualité des fruits. Innovations Agronnomiques 10, 85-105.

Plénet, D., Giauque, P., Navarro, E., Millan, M., Hilaire, C., Hostalnou, E., Lyoussoufi, A., Samie, J.-F., 2009. Using on-field data to develop the EFI information system to characterise agronomic productivity and labour efficiency in peach (Prunus persica L. Batsch) orchards in France. Agricultural Systems 100, 1-10.

Gros, C., Toubon, J.-F., Brun, L., Plénet, D., 2009. Démasquer la tavelure dissimulée sur feuilles en vergers de pommiers. Pister les inoculums de fin de contamination primaire et d'automne pour raisonner la protection. PHYTOMA - la Défense des Végétaux 624-625, 9-12.

Mercier, V., Bussi, C., Plénet, D., Lescourret, F., 2008. Effects of limiting irrigation and manual pruning on brown rot incidence in peach. Crop Protection 27, 678-688.

Plénet, D., Picard, C., Toubon, J.-F., Martin, O., Senoussi, R., Sauphanor, B., 2008. Strategies and timing of protection practices against Cydia pomonella (L.) in apple orchards. VII IOBC International Conference on Integrated Fruit Production, 27-30 October 2008, Avignon, France.

Bellon, S., de Sainte Marie, C., Lauri, P.-E., Navarrete, M., Nesme, T., Plénet, D., Pluvinage, J., Habib, R., 2006. La Production Fruitière Intégrée en France : le vert est-il dans le fruit ? Le Courrier de l'Environnement de l'INRA 53, 5-18.

Nesme, T., Plénet, D., Hucbourg, B., Fandos, G., Lauri, P.-E., 2005. A set of vegetative morphological variables to objectively estimate apple (Malus x domestica) tree orchard vigour. Scientia Horticulturae 106, 76-90.

Plénet, D., Navarro, E., 2005. Pêcher. In: Lespinasse, J.M., Leterme, E. (Eds.), De la taille à la conduite des arbres fruitiers. Editions du Rouergue, pp. 208-229.

Maize plant nutrition

Messiga, A.J., Ziadi, N., Plénet, D., Parent, L.E., Morel, C., 2010. Long-term changes in soil phosphorus status related to P budgets under maize monoculture and mineral P fertilization. Soil Use and Management 26, 354-364.

Justes, E., Meynard, J.M., Mary, B., Plénet, D., 1997. Management of N nutrition. Diagnosis using stem base extract: JUBIL method. In: Lemaire, G. (Ed.), Diagnosis of the nitrogen status in crops. Springer-Verlag, Berlin, pp. 163-187.

Lemaire, G., Plénet, D., Grindlay, D., 1997c. line-height: 115%; font-family : Management of N nutrition. Leaf N content as an indicator of crop N nutrition status. In: Lemaire, G. (Ed.), Diagnosis of the nitrogen status in crops. Springer-Verlag, Berlin, pp. 189-199.

Plénet, D., Lemaire, G., 1999. Relationships between dynamics of nitrogen uptake and dry matter accumulation in maize crops. Determination of critical N concentration. Plant and Soil 216, 65-82.

Plénet, D., Etchebest, S., Mollier, A., Pellerin, S., 2000a. Growth analysis of maize field crops under phosphorus deficiency. I. Leaf growth. Plant and Soil 223, 117-130.

Plénet, D., Mollier, A., Pellerin, S., 2000b. Growth analysis of maize field crops under phosphorus deficiency. II. Radiation-use efficiency, biomass accumulation and yield components. Plant and Soil 224, 259-272.