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Hélène Tribouillois

Hélène Tribouillois

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Publications (38)
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Cover crops are increasingly used in agriculture to provide a variety of ecosystem services (e.g. reducing nitrogen leaching, storing carbon in soils) during fallow periods, but it can be challenging to successfully establish them in summer, when water availability may be low. Thus, it is crucial to better quantify, understand and predict the emerg...
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Cover crops provide ecosystem services such as storing atmospheric carbon in soils after incorporation of their residues. Cover crops also influence soil water balance, which can be an issue in temperate climates with dry summers as for example in southern France and Europe. As a consequence, it is necessary to understand cover crops’ long-term inf...
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A wide range of species can be sown as cover crops during fallow periods to provide various ecosystem services. Plant establishment is a key stage, especially when sowing occurs in summer with high soil temperatures and low water availability. The aim of this study was to determine the response of germination to temperature and water potential for...
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Background and aims During the fallow period, non-legume cover crop species can capture mineral nitrogen (N) and thus decrease nitrate leaching, whereas legume cover crop species can provide a green manuring service that increases N availability for the subsequent crop. The aim of our study was to investigate the ability of bispecific mixtures to s...
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Cover crops can produce ecosystem services during the fallow period, as reducing nitrate leaching and producing green manure. Crop growth rate (CGR) and crop nitrogen acquisition rate (CNR) can be used as two indicators of the ability of cover crops to produce these services in agrosystems. We used leaf functional traits to characterise the growth...
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Cover crops have multiple benefits, such as improving water quality, providing a green manure effect, and storing carbon in the soil. They can, however, reduce drainage significantly during key periods of hydrosystem recharge, especially in winter. The objective of this study was to evaluate the influence of cover crops and/or crop diversification...
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The expanded use of water-intensive crops, such as maize, has exacerbated soil drying and water scarcity in watersheds with large irrigated surfaces. As we face climbing drought risks, water can be conserved in such areas by adopting agricultural systems that limit water deficits at the watershed level. In this study, integrated modeling was used t...
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Multi-service cover crops are used to provide ecosystem services, particularly for nitrogen management, such as "nitrate catching" and "green manuring" effects. Sowing cover crop mixtures including legumes and non-legumes have the advantage of combining the provision of both services related to N management thanks to phenomena of niche complementar...
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Multi service cover crops are used to provide ecosystem services, particularly for nitrogen management, such as “nitrate catching” and "green manuring" effects Sowing cover crop mixtures including legumes and non legumes have the advantage of combining the provision of both services related to N management thanks to phenomena of niche complementari...
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2010 dans le sillage de la mise en œuvre des programmes d’action départementaux 2009-2013 relatifs àla protection des eaux contre la pollution par les nitrates d’origine agricole, qui favorisent l’introduction decultures intermédiaires dans la rotation. Ce projet repose sur un double objectif : Promouvoir une sélection variétale émergente dans ce...
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Evaluating and improving cropping systems is essential to reduce nitrate leaching, improve drinking water quality and prevent eutrophication. Since the intensity of nitrogen (N) leaching varies greatly spatially and is difficult to measure, crop models are useful tools to quantify the influence of climate, soil and agricultural practices on N leach...
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Designing cropping systems that are well-adapted to water-limited conditions is one challenge of adapting agriculture to climate change. It requires estimating impacts of current and future cropping practices on crop water use and water resource availability in agricultural areas. Crop models such as AqYield are useful tools for evaluating effects...
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Stakeholders from academic, political, and social spheres encourage the development of more sustainable forms of agriculture. Given its scale and scope, the sustainability transition is a challenge to the entire agricultural sector. The main question is, how to support the transition process? In this article, we explore how agricultural science can...
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During the fallow period, crucifers grown as catch crops are known to effectively reduce nitrate leaching, while legumes act mainly as green manure by releasing large amounts of mineral nitrogen (N) for the subsequent cash crop once incorporated into the soil. Crucifer-legume cover crop mixtures could be an effective solution for obtaining these tw...
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Résumé Les cultures intermédiaires sont utilisées pour produire des services écosystémiques, notamment pour la gestion de l’azote par des fonctions « engrais vert » et « piège à nitrate ». Semer des mélanges de cultures intermédiaires comprenant des légumineuses et des non-légumineuses permettrait de combiner la production de ces services grâce à d...
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This paper aimed at synthetizing: i. Impact of sole grain legume at the rotation level, ii. Potential of grain legume intercrops for improving yield and cereal protein content and iii. Potential of cover crops including intercropped forage legume to achieve simultaneously nitrate capture and green manuring ecosystem services.
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Sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.) crop is often labelled as environmental-friendly for many objective reasons: limited amounts of N fertiliser, no irrigation, and limited use of pesticides. In addition, sunflower has a potential for providing multiple ecosystem services in diverse cropping systems (e.g. pollinators feeding). However agroecological i...
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Ce numéro est constitué d’articles issus du colloque CIMS : Des Cultures Intermédiaires Multi-Services pour une production agroécologique performante, organisé le 4 octobre 2017 à Auzeville.
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Six cropping systems (CS) of three 3-year rotations based on durum wheat and sunflower inserting 0, 1 (pea or fababean) and 2 grain legumes (GL) (pea and soybean), and with or without cover crops (CC) were compared at INRA Toulouse from 2004. This experiment is still on going for a twelfth year. We demonstrated that 6 key points. 1) Pea as a preced...
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Increasing concern about climate change and environmental impacts requires transformation of cropping systems. Introducing more legumes (grain or cover crop forage) grown alone or in intercropping (IC) is an interesting option to benefit from N2 fixation and also for break crop effects. Rotational position of legumes needs to be carefully analyzed...
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Abstracts Topics Nitrogen dynamics in different farming systems Authors Bedoussac L., Tribouillois H., Plaza-Bonilla D., Journet E.-P., Justes E. DESIGNING AND EVALUATING ARABLE CROPPING SYSTEMS WITH CASH AND COVER CROP LEGUMES IN SOLE CROP AND INTERCROP TO IMPROVE NITROGEN USE [1] Plaza-Bonilla, D. et al. 2015. Agriculture, Ecosystem and Environn...
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Are durum wheat-grain legume and sunflower-soybean intercropping efficient solutions to produce legume in low input systems? Laurent Bedoussac1,2, Etienne-Pascal Journet2,3, Hélène Tribouillois2,4, Grégory Vericel2,4, David Champclou2,4, Nathalie Lande5 and Eric Justes2,4 1ENFA, F-31320 Castanet-Tolosan, France, Laurent.Bedoussac@toulouse.inra.fr...
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Cultures associées et cultures intermédiaires plurispécifiques : une application des principes de l’agro-écologie pour valoriser les ressources naturelles et produire divers services écosystémiques. Eric Justes1, Elise Pelzer2, Laurent Bedoussac1, Marie-Hélène Jeuffroy2, Etienne-Pascal Journet1, Bochra Kammoun1, Mathieu Lorin2, Hélène Tribouillois...
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Intercropping (IC) could be efficient and lead to eco-functional intensification. The main objective was to evaluate the potential advantages of soybean-sunflower IC for global grain yield. Based on recent experiments, we demontrated that the LER could be significantly higher than 1 when the cover pattern is adapted, i.e. for 2 sunflower rows combi...
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Evaluating economic and technical performances of sunflower-soybean intercrop in French farming systems Nathalie LANDE1, Pierre JOUFFRET1, Hélène TRIBOUILLOIS2, Philippe CRISTANTE1, André ESTRAGNAT1, Vincent LECOMTE1, Laurent BEDOUSSAC2,3 and Eric JUSTES2. 1CETIOM, avenue de Bretignières, 78850 THIVERVAL GRIGNON, France, lande@cetiom.fr 2INRA, UM...
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Is sunflower-soybean intercropping an efficient solution for increasing natural resources use efficiency and yield production? Hélène TRIBOUILLOIS1, Philippe CRISTANTE2, André ESTRAGNAT2. David CHAMPCLOU1, Grégory VERICEL1, Nathalie LANDE2, Laurent BEDOUSSSAC1, 3 and Eric JUSTES1 1INRA, UMR AGIR, 31326 CASTANET TOLOSAN, France, Eric.Justes@toulous...
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Is intercropping an efficient solution to design low input systems? The examples of durum wheat-grain legume and sunflower-soybean intercrops Laurent BEDOUSSSAC1,2, Etienne-Pascal JOURNET2, Hélène TRIBOUILLOIS2, Grégory VERICEL2, David CHAMPCLOU2, Nathalie LANDE3 and Eric JUSTES2 1ENFA, F-31320 Castanet-Tolosan, France, Laurent.Bedoussac@toulouse...

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Intercropping, the growing of species mixtures for grain production, is an efficient way to increase the production in low input croppings systems and in organic farming for arable crops.
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Cover cropping is an efficient way to produce ecosystem services (reduction of nitrate leaching and recycing N; C storage; reduction of soil erosion; etc.) by replacing the use of pesticides (fertilizer-N and some pesticides). Cover crops and catch crops constitute one of the pillars of the application of agroecology in arable cropping systems.