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GTDfree Chair, first industrial research chair in agronomy INRA-Maison Hennessy-ANR

Influence of environmental factors and cropping practices on the expression of grapevine trunk diseases and plant-microbiota interactions

The project in a nutshell

In the face of the threat posed by grapevine trunk wood diseases (GTDs) on the future of French vineyard, collaboration between Jas Hennessy & Co and the UMR SAVE (INRA-Bordeaux Sciences Agro) began in 2015 when this research unit was selected after the GTDs-Hennessy call for tenders. The aim was to provide the viticulture sector with pieces of information on disease processing and to control GTDs.

This collaboration was reinforced and expanded in 2016 when UMR SAVE and Jas Hennessy & Co were granted with an Industrial Chair funded by the French National Research Agency (ANR). The chair objective is to propose an agroecological protection strategy of the vineyards integrating the design of innovative cultural practices, biocontrol and grapevine genetic improvement. Officially launched on 2 December 2016, the GTDfree Industrial Chair will consolidate the synergies between research and socio-economic actors for the benefit of producers and the viticulture sector.

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