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See detailSpatial aggregation of low resolution satellite data for the monitoring of vegetation response to climatic stresses : analysis of the spatial heterogeneity of aggregated entities.
Horion, Stéphanie; Eerens, H.; Tychon, Bernard ULg et al

in Proceedings Envisat Symposium (2007, July)

Our PhD research consists in analysing and modelling the vegetation response or sensitivity to climatic stresses with low satellite imagery. In that framework, the selection of optimal calibration sites ... [more ▼]

Our PhD research consists in analysing and modelling the vegetation response or sensitivity to climatic stresses with low satellite imagery. In that framework, the selection of optimal calibration sites is very important. These sites should be characterised by a stable and homogenous land cover over large area. Here we analyse the spatial heterogeneity of the aggregation entities (EU-NUTS 2) used by the MARSFOOD programme for the extraction of regional NDVI-means. [less ▲]

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See detailAn approach to optimise the establishment of grassy headlands in the Belgian Walloon region: A tool for agri-environmental schemes
De Longueville, Florence ULg; Tychon, Bernard ULg; Leteinturier, B. et al

in Land Use Policy (2007), 24(2), 443-450

Farming in Europe is constantly changing as environmental concerns have increasingly been taken into account since the mid 1980s and emphasis has been put on agri-environmental matters throughout all ... [more ▼]

Farming in Europe is constantly changing as environmental concerns have increasingly been taken into account since the mid 1980s and emphasis has been put on agri-environmental matters throughout all European countries. For instance, in Wallonia (Belgium), as a result of the provisions of the Government Decree on agri-environmental measures, farmers are increasingly encouraged to adopt environmentally friendly practices such as the creation of grassy headlands in their fields. As European agriculture is changing, tools are needed to monitor the evolution of agricultural practices, to control policy application and to advise farmers. In this framework, we present a new approach to optimise the establishment of grassy headlands in cultivated fields. Using a Geographic Information System (GIS), we identify exact locations where farmers can introduce grassy headlands in accordance with legal specifications and environmental concerns and calculate the total length of grassy headland that farmers can establish considering the features of their farm and parcels and for which they can receive subsidies. It indicates a potential, which could serve as a calculation baseline for an indicator. Wallonia was chosen as study area because a digitised parcel plan has been available from the Integrated Administration and Control System (IACS) since 1997. The methodological approach proposes a new valorisation of this spatial information layer and can be considered as an example of application providing relevant information for several intervention levels: national or regional decisionmakers, advisors and individual farmers. Since all EU Member States had to set up their own GIS-based land parcel system starting in 2005, our approach may be useful as is or in similar applications in other countries. (c) 2006 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved. [less ▲]

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See detailConception d’une méthode destinée à promouvoir l’implantation de bandes herbeuses extensives dans les prairies permanentes en Wallonie.
De Longueville, Florence ULg; Tychon, Bernard ULg; Oger, Robert et al

in Biotechnologie, Agronomie, Société et Environnement = Biotechnology, Agronomy, Society and Environment [=BASE] (2007), 11(1), 19-26

Conception of a method to promote extensive grassy headland’s establishment in permanent meadows of the Walloon Region. In accordance with agriculture evolution in Europe, the Walloon Region has ... [more ▼]

Conception of a method to promote extensive grassy headland’s establishment in permanent meadows of the Walloon Region. In accordance with agriculture evolution in Europe, the Walloon Region has emphasized the importance of buffer zones in agricultural parcels since many years. Consequently, one of the agri-environmental measures in force at the present time concerns extensive grassland strips settlement in agricultural parcels. Buffer zones preserve river quality, reduce soil erosion, diversify landscapes and promote biodiversity. With a Geographic Information System (GIS) based on the Integrated Administration and Control System (IACS) of the Walloon General Directorate of Agriculture, it is possible to detect parcel sections where farmers can introduce extensive strips in accordance with legal specifications in order to benefit of grants. Results of the new method are presented in a diagnostic table which includes an indicator expressing the total grantable strips length (in meters) at the exploitation scale. Its calculation is based on existing strips, surface and location of permanent meadow parcels. Results are completed with cartographic representation of settlement’s possibilities for each exploitation. These two complementary tools – diagnostic table and geographical map – can be very useful to manage agricultural exploitations. [less ▲]

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See detailGrassed Buffer Strips as Nitrate Diffuse Pollution Remediation Tools: Management Impact on the Denitrification Enzyme Activity
Cors, Marie; Tychon, Bernard ULg

in Water Science & Technology (2007), 55(3), 25-30

The management of grassed buffer strips proved to be an efficient remediation technique in controlling nitrogen losses to surface water. In south Belgium, agri-environmental policies have encouraged ... [more ▼]

The management of grassed buffer strips proved to be an efficient remediation technique in controlling nitrogen losses to surface water. In south Belgium, agri-environmental policies have encouraged farmers to seed buffer strips along rivers, in zones where the soil was previously devoted to agricultural production. We wanted to assess how important denitrification is in a buffer strip in comparison with a cropped field. The study investigated the denitrifiying enzyme activity (DEA) of two contiguous buffer strips with different management stories. The eastern part of the buffer strip was seeded in 1999. The western part of the buffer strip is a piece of crop field abandoned by the farmer 20 years ago and not managed for the last 10 years. This experimental study demonstrates that the denitrification enzyme activity in a riparian buffer strip is significantly higher than in the adjacent cropped field (3.67 and 2.12 mgNkg(-1)d(-1) respectively). The DEA was significantly different between the two buffer strips under comparison, assessing that the management of the buffer strips has a dominant effect on DEA. The old unmown buffer strip is potentially more efficient in the nitrate removal process than the 6-year-old seeded buffer strip. [less ▲]

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See detailDiagnostic agronomique et agro-environnemental des successions culturales en Wallonie (Belgique).
Leteinturier, Béatrice; Tychon, Bernard ULg; Oger, Robert ULg

in Biotechnologie, Agronomie, Société et Environnement = Biotechnology, Agronomy, Society and Environment [=BASE] (2007), 11(1), 27-38

La succession culturale, reconnue comme une notion fondamentale assurant un équilibre tant agronomique au niveau parcellaire qu'agro-environnemental au niveau de l'agro-écosystème, est analysée à l ... [more ▼]

La succession culturale, reconnue comme une notion fondamentale assurant un équilibre tant agronomique au niveau parcellaire qu'agro-environnemental au niveau de l'agro-écosystème, est analysée à l'échelle des régions agricoles qui composent le territoire de la Wallonie (Belgique). L'étude vise à dresser un diagnostic des performances qualitatives des successions culturales, à travers l'analyse individuelle de plusieurs de leurs composantes explicatives telles la qualité des précédents culturaux sur les cultures suivantes, le temps de retour moyen des cultures, le nombre de cultures apparaissant au cours de la succession et enfin la durée des périodes interculturales. Ces quatre composantes sont analysées à l'échelle parcellaire, les résultats étant agrégés au niveau régional. L'étude porte à la fois sur une analyse spatiale basée sur une période de 7 années, ainsi que sur une analyse temporelle visant à observer une éventuelle évolution, région par région, au cours de deux périodes successives de même durée. L'état des lieux ainsi dressé révèle des différences spatiales en termes de pratiques liées aux successions culturales, par contre, une quasi-stabilité dans le temps des paramètres analysés découle des résultats obtenus. Par ailleurs, si ces résultats contribuent à enrichir un état des lieux de l'agriculture en Wallonie, ils peuvent en outre servir de valeurs de référence pour un suivi global de l'évolution des pratiques agricoles régionales. [less ▲]

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See detailGestion du risque de sécheresse agricole au Maroc
Balaghi, Riad; Jlibene, Mohammed; Tychon, Bernard ULg et al

in Sécheresse (2007), 18(3), 169-176

Le risque de pénurie en eau au Maroc s’accroît sous la pression conjuguée de la sécheresse et de la demande domestique et industrielle. Il doit être pris en compte dans toute gestion de l’eau aussi bien ... [more ▼]

Le risque de pénurie en eau au Maroc s’accroît sous la pression conjuguée de la sécheresse et de la demande domestique et industrielle. Il doit être pris en compte dans toute gestion de l’eau aussi bien au niveau de l’agriculture pluviale qu’irriguée. Les stratégies pour réduire le risque de sécheresse agricole, peuvent être classées en trois catégories : i) en agriculture irriguée, économiser l’eau en réduisant les pertes et en améliorant l’efficience d’utilisation de l’eau \; ii) en zones forestières et pastorales, bénéficier de l’eau perdue actuellement par le processus d’évaporation en développant les écosystèmes pastoraux et fruitiers \; iii) en agriculture pluviale, augmenter la productivité par les techniques de conservation de l’eau qui consistent à améliorer la collecte, le stockage et l’utilisation de l’eau au niveau de l’exploitation. Des mesures publiques additionnelles sont nécessaires, principalement les systèmes d’alerte précoce incluant la prévision saisonnière du climat et la prévision agro-météorologique, pour promouvoir l’investissement dans les environnements secs et mettre à la disposition des agriculteurs et des pouvoirs publics des outils d’aide à la décision. L’adoption d’une gestion efficiente de l’eau de pluie et d’irrigation permettra d’assurer la sécurité alimentaire et de libérer l’eau pour les besoins non agricoles. [less ▲]

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See detailBulletin agrométéorologique - Septembre 2006
Tychon, Bernard ULg; Denis, Antoine ULg; De Longueville, Florence ULg et al

in Bulletin Agrométéorologique (2006), 5(6), 1-4

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See detailMonitoring of the crop water stress in Belgium. The case of the 2003 heat wave.
Horion, Stephanie; Tychon, Bernard ULg; De Longueville, Florence ULg

Conference (2006, October)

In this paper the crop water stress is evaluated with three different indices: (i) the Relative Soil Moisture Index [RSMI] resulting from agrometeorological model simulations, (ii) the Normalized ... [more ▼]

In this paper the crop water stress is evaluated with three different indices: (i) the Relative Soil Moisture Index [RSMI] resulting from agrometeorological model simulations, (ii) the Normalized Difference Vegetation Index, [NDVI] applied on S10 SPOT-VGT imagery, (iii) the Normalized Difference Water Index, [NDWI] applied on S10 SPOT-VGT imagery. [less ▲]

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See detailMonitoring of the crop water stress in Belgium. The case of the 2003 heat wave.
Horion, Stéphanie; Tychon, Bernard ULg; De Longueville, Florence ULg

Conference (2006, October)

In this paper the crop water stress is evaluated with three different indices: (i) the Relative Soil Moisture Index [RSMI] resulting from agrometeorological model simulations, (ii) the Normalized ... [more ▼]

In this paper the crop water stress is evaluated with three different indices: (i) the Relative Soil Moisture Index [RSMI] resulting from agrometeorological model simulations, (ii) the Normalized Difference Vegetation Index, [NDVI] applied on S10 SPOT-VGT imagery, (iii) the Normalized Difference Water Index, [NDWI] applied on S10 SPOT-VGT imagery. The RSMI is one of the outputs of the Belgian Crop Growth Monitoring System. It indicates the soil water availability for crops. Crop water stress is assumed when soil water availability is lower than the crop potential evapotranspiration. One of the potential applications for drought monitoring is the calculation of the number of days with a crop water stress during the growing season or more precisely during the “moisture-sensitive period” of the crop. The two others (well-known) indices are derived from low resolution satellite imagery. Complete time series of S10 SPOT-VGT NDVI and NDWI data - i.e. from April 1998 onwards – have been acquired for the research. Using spatial information on land-uses in Belgium, a simple unmixing method is implemented to partly reduce the problem of mixed values occurring inevitably in 1x1km² pixels. Only the most agricultural pixels are considered for the analysis. The heat wave occurred during the summer 2003 has been chosen as a study case for the comparison. This summer was particularly hot, dry and sunny with the highest averaged temperature ever recorded from June to August in Uccle-Belgium. Many human activities were affected by this particular climatic condition, among which agriculture. In order to make the comparison possible, a standardization of the outputs of the 3 indexes is realised, taking into account the times series of each indexes. Moreover all the outputs are aggregated at municipality level. [less ▲]

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See detailGreen leaf area decline of wheat top three leaves in Belgium and G-D of Luxembourg from 2003 to 2006 : the relationships with grain yield.
Martin, B.; Tychon, Bernard ULg; El Jarroudi, Moussa ULg et al

Conference (2006, October)

The modified Gompertz model developed by Gooding et al. (2000) was used to describe the decline in green area of wheat top three leaves in field experiments where green leaf area at time t = 100*exp[-exp ... [more ▼]

The modified Gompertz model developed by Gooding et al. (2000) was used to describe the decline in green area of wheat top three leaves in field experiments where green leaf area at time t = 100*exp[-exp(-k*(t-m))]. In the absence of fungicide, green leaf area decline was associated with drought or infection with a number of foliar pathogens including Septoria tritici (sexual stage Mycospherella graminicola) and Puccinia recondita f.sp. tritici and Erysiphe graminis. On the whole experiments and cultivars there was no effect of fungicide on k but it was highly significant on m (P<0.001). When main effects are considered, fungicide delayed green leaf area decline rather than reduced its rate of progress once started. Fungicide had variable effects on grain yield, largely reflecting variation in disease infection pressures in the different years and susceptibility of the different cultivars. If no correlation was observed between k values and grain yields, m was at the contrary very closely associated with grain yields. This study supports the view of Gooding (2000) and Gaunt (1995) that, for many diseases, effects on green area duration give an adequate estimate of host yield reduction. Therefore we have use the close relationship between the parameter m of the Gompertz model and grain yield to improve the Belgium-Crop Growth Monitoring System (B-CGMS) by recalibrating LAI evolution simulated by B-CGMS according to the evolution of LAI derived from the Gompertz model. The system includes indeed a component allowing taking into account senescence in the evolution of LAI during the growing season. Recalibration has been realized through the modification of one of the parameters influencing the leaf senescence, the SPAN parameter. Modifying the SPAN parameter comes down to modify the lifespan of leaves. Considering that parasitic pressure reduces leaves lifespan and therefore the photosynthetic capacity, this approach makes it possible to take into account the influence of this pressure on yield predictions in the Belgian Crop Growth Monitoring System. [less ▲]

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See detailThe B-CGMS project : evaluation after 5 years of monitoring and prediction
Curnel, Y.; Oger, Robert ULg; Leteinturier, B. et al

Conference (2006, October)

The B-CGMS project, started in 1998, is the adaptation to Belgian Conditions of the European Crop Growth Monitoring System (CGMS). This project involved 3 Belgian scientific institutes: the Walloon ... [more ▼]

The B-CGMS project, started in 1998, is the adaptation to Belgian Conditions of the European Crop Growth Monitoring System (CGMS). This project involved 3 Belgian scientific institutes: the Walloon agricultural research Centre (CRA-W), the Flemish Institute for Technological Research (VITO) and the University of Liège (ULg). The main difference with the European system is that more detailed inputs (meteorological, soil and NUTS inputs) are used. Crop yields predictions are realised on a monthly basis during the growing season (from April to September) for 6 crops (winter wheat, winter barley, maize, Potato, sugar beet, winter rapeseed). Yields predictions as well as analyses of meteorological situation of the month and RS information on the state of the crops are published in agrometeorological bulletins sent by e-mail since 2002. The information is also available on the Internet website of the project (http://.b-cgms.cra.wallonie.be). Crop yields predictions are produced through a combination of linear regression models which may include different categories of yield indicators (trend, meteo, RS and agrometeorological model outputs). Crop yields predictions procedure is currently semi-automated by the use of a statistical calibration toolbox (StatCaT). The evaluation of the project after 5 years of monitoring and prediction has first shown that final yields predicted B-CGMS as well as the ones predicted by MARS are coherent compared with official yields: no significant differences are observed. As far as the accuracy according to the month for which the prediction is made is concerned, we can notice that at agricultural circumscriptions level and for winter crops a lower precision of B-CGMS is observed before June and that there is no improvement in July (in comparison with June). The same evolution is observed for summer crops before July but in August and September, the prediction accuracy decreases. Even if calibration models present high adjusted coefficient of determination, the technological trend explains an important part of the variability and it is therefore necessary to consider the effect of a year factor on the quality of prediction in order to clearly the interest of the agrometeorological model. For some crops (as potato), adding agrometeorological yield outputs to models including already the technological trend allow to improve the quality of prediction especially for “extreme” year i.e. years where official yields move away significantly from the technological trend. For others crops as winter wheat, this improvement of the quality of prediction is not observed. However, fortunately, adding other yield indicators as meteo indicators can improve in general the quality of prediction and once again especially for “extreme” years. [less ▲]

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See detailDownscaling of ECMWF grid meteorological data : comparison with ground stations and validation
Tychon, Bernard ULg; Horion, Stéphanie

Conference (2006, October)

CGMS currently operates on observed station data. Switching from this classical approach to a modelled data from European Centre for Medium-range Weather Forecast, ECMWF, has to be tested before applying ... [more ▼]

CGMS currently operates on observed station data. Switching from this classical approach to a modelled data from European Centre for Medium-range Weather Forecast, ECMWF, has to be tested before applying it operationally. In this study, we concentrated on the impact of the downscaling of meteorological data with grid sizes ranging from 1.875 to 0.35 degrees to the new CGMS grid size of 25 X 25 km. Four different grid sizes corresponding respectively to the dimensions of the Operational, EPS, Monthly and Seasonal ECMWF Models were checked. The control was done on daily data of 25 stations selected on a 2-year period in a window covering the South of Germany and Czech Republic, a large part of Austria and the North of Italia in order to analyse the downscaling impact on plains, mountainous and coastal zones. For each grid size, four different downscaling methods were applied: the reference method that uses the classical CGMS interpolation procedure, the nearest neighbour approach, and two more complicated interpolation techniques using the Model Output Statistics developed by Meteo Consult (MC-MOS). The analysis showed that the accuracy of the downscaling procedure is largely influenced by the input data grid size. RMSE increases between the smallest and the largest grids are respectively 59%, 51%, 33%, and 33% for Tmax, Tmin, Wind Speed and Radiation fields. Rainfall does not seem to be affected by the downscaling process but the RMSE is high in all cases. In most cases, the best interpolation method is also the more complex one and the one that requires more computer time to be calculated. RMSE decrease of 22%, 50%, 57% and 28% respectively for Tmax, Tmin, Wind speed and Radiation fields when we compare the best interpolation method results with the reference approach. An exception in this general rule is for the rainfall rate estimation whose accuracy is not always best with the most complex interpolation technique. [less ▲]

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See detailEmpirical regression models using NDVI, rainfall and temperature data for the early prediction of wheat grain yields in Morocco
Balaghi, Riad; Tychon, Bernard ULg; Eerens, H. et al

Conference (2006, October)

In Morocco, no operational system actually exists for the early prediction of the grain yields of bread wheat. This study proposes empirical Ordinary Least Squares regression models to forecast the yields ... [more ▼]

In Morocco, no operational system actually exists for the early prediction of the grain yields of bread wheat. This study proposes empirical Ordinary Least Squares regression models to forecast the yields at provincial and national levels. The predictions were based on dekadal (10-daily) NDVI/AVHRR, dekadal rainfall sums and average monthly air temperatures. The global land cover map GLC2000 was used to select only the NDVI pixels that are related to agricultural lands. Provincial yields were assessed with errors varying from 80 to 762 kg.ha-1, depending on the province. At national level, yield was predicted at the third dekad of April with 73 kg.ha-1 error, using NDVI and rainfall. However, earlier forecasts are possible, starting from the second dekad of March with 84 kg.ha-1 error. At the province and country levels most of the yield variation was accounted for by NDVI. The proposed models can be used in an operational context to forecast bread wheat yields in Morocco. [less ▲]

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See detailBulletin agrométéorologique - Août 2006
Tychon, Bernard ULg; Ozer, Pierre ULg; De Longueville, Florence ULg et al

in Bulletin Agrométéorologique (2006), 5(5),

L’année 2006 restera dans les annales comme étant une année exceptionnelle au niveau météorologique tant par son printemps froid que par son mois de juillet très sec et son mois d’août particulièrement ... [more ▼]

L’année 2006 restera dans les annales comme étant une année exceptionnelle au niveau météorologique tant par son printemps froid que par son mois de juillet très sec et son mois d’août particulièrement pluvieux. Ces conditions exceptionnelles rendent très délicates les prévisions de rendement. Il faut signaler que les rendements estimés sont ceux sur pieds et ils ne prennent pas en considération les pertes dues aux mauvaises conditions de récolte. Les rendements prévus pour les principales cultures de printemps restent très proches des moyennes calculées sur les 5 dernières années. [less ▲]

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See detailBulletin agrométéorologique - Juillet 2006
Tychon, Bernard ULg; Ozer, Pierre ULg; De Longueville, Florence ULg et al

in Bulletin agrométéorologique (2006), 5(4), 1-6

Le mois de juillet fut exceptionnellement chaud et sec jusqu’à la dernière semaine de juillet. Cette période sèche, dans la prolongation de celle du mois de juin, a pu entraîner des chutes de rendements ... [more ▼]

Le mois de juillet fut exceptionnellement chaud et sec jusqu’à la dernière semaine de juillet. Cette période sèche, dans la prolongation de celle du mois de juin, a pu entraîner des chutes de rendements de certaines cultures en phases sensibles en particulier là où la nature des sols n’a pas pu répondre aux besoins en eau des cultures. La situation des cultures reste cependant globalement favorable, laissant entrevoir des rendements généralement supérieurs à la moyenne des cinq années précédentes. [less ▲]

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See detailBulletin agrométéorologique - Juin 2006
Tychon, Bernard ULg; Ozer, Pierre ULg; De Longueville, Florence ULg et al

in Bulletin Agrométéorologique (2006), 5(3), 1-7

Le mois de juin fut chaud permettant à la plupart des cultures de bénéficier de très bonnes conditions de croissance. Le retard de croissance observé depuis le début du suivi des cultures a quasi ... [more ▼]

Le mois de juin fut chaud permettant à la plupart des cultures de bénéficier de très bonnes conditions de croissance. Le retard de croissance observé depuis le début du suivi des cultures a quasi complètement disparu. La faible pluviométrie constatée au mois de juin n’a pour l’instant que peu de conséquences pour les cultures bien installées vu les réserves en eau accumulées le mois précédent. La situation des cultures est globalement favorable, laissant entrevoir des rendements généralement supérieurs à la moyenne des cinq années précédentes. Toutefois, cette prévision pourrait être revue à la baisse si la période sèche observée en juin se prolongeait en juillet. [less ▲]

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See detailBulletin agrométéorologique - Mai 2006
Tychon, Bernard ULg; De Longueville, Florence ULg; Ozer, Pierre ULg et al

in Bulletin Agrométéorologique (2006), 5(2), 1-5

Des précipitations fortement excédentaires ont été enregistrées au mois de mai, particulièrement dans la deuxième quinzaine. Le rayonnement fut très anormalement inférieur à la moyenne et les températures ... [more ▼]

Des précipitations fortement excédentaires ont été enregistrées au mois de mai, particulièrement dans la deuxième quinzaine. Le rayonnement fut très anormalement inférieur à la moyenne et les températures, bien qu’en moyenne proche de la normale, ont été basses dans la dernière décade. Le retard accusé par la végétation depuis le début de la saison n’a pas encore été entièrement résorbé. La situation des cultures est globalement favorable, laissant entrevoir des rendements généralement supérieurs à la moyenne des cinq années précédentes. [less ▲]

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See detailBulletin agrométéorologique - Avril 2006
Tychon, Bernard ULg; De Longueville, Florence ULg; Ozer, Pierre ULg et al

in Bulletin Agrométéorologique (2006), 5(1), 1-5

L’hiver météorologique (décembre 2005 à février 2006) peut être caractérisé de normal. Les mois de mars et avril furent plus froids que la normale et cela a pour conséquence un retard phénologique évalué ... [more ▼]

L’hiver météorologique (décembre 2005 à février 2006) peut être caractérisé de normal. Les mois de mars et avril furent plus froids que la normale et cela a pour conséquence un retard phénologique évalué à 10 – 15 jours selon les endroits. Les prévisions de rendement annoncent pour les cultures d’hiver, des rendements équivalent ou légèrement supérieurs à 2005 mais inférieurs à ceux de 2004. Il est prématuré d’émettre des prévisions pour les cultures printanières. [less ▲]

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See detailRelationship between the progress of the foliar pathogens caused by Septoria tritici and the reduction of the photosynthetic vitality of plants in Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg in 2004.
El Jarroudi, Moussa ULg; Crumière, F.; Hausman, J.-F. et al

in Bibliotheca fragmenta agronomica - Book of proceedings (2006), 11(2), 643-644

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See detailGreen leaf area decline of wheat top three leaves in Belgium and G-D of Luxembourg from 2003 to 2005 : the relationships with grain yield.
Martin, B.; El Jarroudi, Moussa ULg; Tychon, Bernard ULg

in Bibliotheca fragmenta agronomica - Book of proceedings (2006), 11(1), 167-168

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