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An integrated and modular model for simulating and evaluating how canopy architecture can help reduce fungicide applications

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Bruno Andrieu
Carole Bedos
Pierre Benoit
Camille Chambon
Valérie Pot
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Claire Richard
Alexandra ter Halle
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Abstract

An integrated model coupling architectural canopy development, disease dynamics, pesticide application, pesticide decay and effect of pesticide on disease dynamics has been developed. It allows simulation of the dynamics of epidemics overall a growth season, together with the evaluation of impacts on environment, yield reduction and erosion of pesticide efficiency. This tool allows for a multi-criteria evaluation of different fungicide applications strategies and for designing new strategies that reduce pesticide applications by increasing natural resistance linked to canopy architecture.
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hal-00850818 , version 1 (08-08-2013)

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Christian Fournier, Christophe Pradal, Mariem Abichou, Bruno Andrieu, Marie-Odile Bancal, et al.. An integrated and modular model for simulating and evaluating how canopy architecture can help reduce fungicide applications. 7th International Conference on Functional-Structural Plant Models, Jun 2013, Saariselkä, Finland. pp.345-348. ⟨hal-00850818⟩
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