Julien Toillon

Julien Toillon
ANPN · R&D

PhD

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Introduction
Julien Toillon currently works at the R&D, Association Nationale des Producteurs de Noisettes. His current project is 'Impact of Curculio nucum on hazelnut's yield'.
Additional affiliations
November 2017 - April 2022
Association Nationale des Producteurs de Noisettes
Position
  • Researcher
Description
  • Evaluation of new hazelnut cultivars; Evaluation of walnut cultivars; Testing phytosanitary products in field and lab against insects, fungi and weed pests
June 2014 - October 2017
Astria Bassin Parisien
Position
  • Engineer
Description
  • Realization of trials of Herbicides, Insecticides and Fungicides on various crops (Wheat, Winter and Spring Barley, Maize, Sunflowers, Peas, Soybean, Sugar beets, Potatos) under Good Experimental Practices.
October 2009 - July 2013
French National Institute for Agriculture, Food, and Environment (INRAE)
Position
  • PhD Student
Description
  • Ecology and Forest Ecophysiology unit 1137 Genetic Variability and Plasticity of Resource-use Efficiency (Water and Nitrogen) in Salicaceae (Poplar and Willow) Grown Under Short-Rotation Forestry and Short-Rotation Coppice.
Education
October 2009 - July 2013
University of Lorraine
Field of study
  • Plant and Forest Biology
September 2007 - June 2009
Université de Poitiers
Field of study
  • Integrative Plant Biology : Gene, Plant, Agrosystem
September 2005 - June 2007
Université de Poitiers
Field of study
  • Biology, Earth and Univers Sciences

Publications

Publications (21)
Poster
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To date, distinct codes and phenological scales are currently employed for monitoring the annual life cycle of a hazelnut. These scales works well in specific areas but do not translate well for a broader use. Thus, a universal scale adaptable to all areas will allow standardization of phenological monitoring for hazelnut. Two recently published ar...
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A wide range of hazelnut (Corylus avellana) cultivars are produced around the world. Cultivars are often listed by the time of bloom, from early to mid and late season. To date, phenological stages have been recorded using alphanumerical codes, although data analysis is difficult with such codes. This study converted the alphanumerical codes to ful...
Poster
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A wide range of hazelnut cultivars (Corylus avellana) are produced around the world. Cultivars can be listed depending on the blooming period: from early to mid and late season cultivars. In the southwestern of France, little is known about the relationship between the blooming period and consequently, the dynamic of fruit growth (DFG). DFG is an a...
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To be competitive, the French hazelnut growers need to evaluate new hazelnut cultivars and their adaptability to contrasting environments in terms of water and mineral resources. The ability to use resources efficiently, including water (i.e. water use efficiency, WUE) can be studied at different levels such as at foliar level. To study WUE, it is...
Article
Key message Black locust is an interesting option for biomass production at sites prone to water shortage because the species combines water-use efficiency and a biomass yield largely superior to that of poplars under the conditions of the study. Context Black locust (Robinia pseudoacacia L.) is an interesting tree species for woody biomass product...
Experiment Findings
Three cutilvars were grafted on dundee rootstock. They were compared to own rooted trees. They were monitored for sucker emission, vigor and productivity during 9 years in south west France.
Experiment Findings
The First mature leave has been determined in Hazelnut using several cultivated varieties This woks has been accepted for publication : J. Toillon, A. Paradinas, and M. Thomas. (2021). Growth and leaf morphology of hazelnut cultivars grown under semi-controlled conditions. European Journal of Horticultural Science. In Press.
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For three species (poplar, black locust and willow) cultivated as short or very short rotation coppices (SRC/VSRC), the project relied on monitoring growth and efficiency with which trees use water and nitrogen in a network of four experimental sites, located in contrasting stations. The relevance of DNA methylation levels as an early marker of the...
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For three species (poplar, black locust and willow) cultivated as short or very short rotation coppices (SRC/ VSRC), the project relied on monitoring growth and efficiency with which trees use water and nitrogen in a network of four experimental sites, located in contrasting stations. The relevance of DNA methylation levels as an early marker of th...
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Poplar coppice plantations for biomass production can be conducted under either short rotation coppice (SRC) or short rotation forestry (SRF) systems, depending on planting density and rotation length. It is likely that differences in planting density affect tree physiology through competition for resource acquisition, including light, water and nu...
Thesis
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Cette thèse visait à (1) caractériser l'impact de la densité de plantation (DP) et des conditions pédoclimatiques sur la physiologie des peupliers et des saules dédiés à la production de biomasse, (2) évaluer la variabilité génétique de caractères liés à la productivité, l'efficience d'utilisation de l'eau (WUE) et l'efficience d'utilisation de l'a...

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Projects (3)
Project
Evaluation of growth, productivity and physiology of hazelnuts cultivars in France across a range of study sites.
Project
Test of chemical and biological products in order to reduce the impact of Curculio nucum on halzelnuts yield quality and quantity
Archived project
Evaluation of ressource-use efficiency of fast growing-tree species to maintaining long term productivity