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The organic fall meeting!

Conferences

2018 PROGRAM

Tech & Bio, the benchmark trade fair for organic and alternative agricultural techniques


Supported by the Provence Alpes Côte d'Azur Regional Chamber of Agriculture, the Tech & Bio Cultures Méditerranéennes Rendez-vous is aimed at all stakeholders in the agricultural world, organic or non-organic, with the objective of transferring knowledge and innovations and techniques to the greatest number. It takes place within the framework of the first edition of another larger event: Med'Agri.

Conferences

2018
Tuesday, October 16

Ground

Olive growing

PPAM

All sectors

Breeding

Market gardening

Viticulture

9:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

Hall E1 - S. Rhône

Prevention of soil compaction

Soil compaction degrades the structure, the real pillar of fertility. This is a major issue for the good transport of oxygen, water and mineral elements, for the proper functioning of the biological activity and consequently for the yield. It is important to identify in the production routes implemented, what favors the phenomena of compaction, as well as to integrate new practices that improve the structure of the soil through concrete examples on different types of production.

Speakers : Organized by the Bio PACA Technical Referents. Yvan Capowiez (INRA PACA), Hélène Védié (GRAB), Xavier Dubreucq (Consultant), Mathieu Margueri (Agribio 04), Stéphane Jézéquel (Arvalis), Olivier Garcia (CA26), Gilles Libourel (GRAB)

9:30 am - 11:00 am

Hall E0 - S. Durance

PPAM plant cutlery

PPAM producers are wondering about the value of plant cover to protect their soils (fight against erosion and increase in organic matter rates) and manage weeds. Innovative farmers and the sector's experiment centers have highlighted another effect of the presence of plant cover in the inter-row of lavender and lavandin plantations: the reduction in dieback. The installation of cutlery and their technical mastery require local adaptations (to Mediterranean conditions in particular). Based on feedback from experiments and experiences from producers, an update on the latest results obtained will be proposed.

Speakers : Benjamin Lemaire (ITEIPMAI), Thomas Costes (CRIEPPAM), Romain Cansière (SCA3P), Mathieu Marguerie (Agribio 04)

11:30 am - 1:00 pm

Hall E0 - S. Durance

Diversification sectors in organic PPAM

Within the PPAM sector, many species of diversification seem relevant to develop. But diversification is not always easy to master from a technical, economic or organizational point of view. What are the market potentials for each of these species? what is the technical feasibility? We are waiting for you to take stock.

Speakers : Claude Chaillan (FAM), Cédric Yvin (CA26), Megane Vechambre (Agribio 04)

1:30 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Hall E0 - S. Durance

Bedbugs in market gardening

Bedbugs are among the emerging pests in crops with low phytosanitary inputs. However, it is not easy to master them without combining several levers. This conference will take stock of the various pest bugs as well as Halyomorpha halys, the new bug from Asia. Different alternative control techniques (nets, parasitoids, etc.) will be presented on this occasion.

Speakers : Alexandre Bout (INRA PACA), Sandra Prisca Pierre (Ctifl), Jérôme Lambion (GRAB), Cristiano Carli (Agrion - Italy)

2:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Hall E1 - S. Rhône

Foundation of organic olive growing

The professionals of the French olive sector, grouped together within the French Interprofessional Association of Olive (AFIDOL) have clearly opted for the development of organic productions. Organic olive growing thus made strong progress in France at the beginning of the 2010s. More than 25% of the areas of olive trees cultivated by professionals are now managed according to the organic production method. Many amateur olive growers are also turning to the technical itineraries offered in organic farming.
AFIDOL continues its commitment to organic farming and organizes, within Tech & Bio, the 8th Assises de l'Oléiculture Biologique. This operation is part of the actions it is carrying out within the framework of the operator program co-financed by the European Union and FranceAgriMer.
For this 8th edition, the Assises de l'Oléiculture Biologique will focus on soil management and the economic results obtained in organic olive growing.

Speakers : Organized by AFIDOL. Silvio Gianinazzi (INOCULUMplus), Corinne Barge (CIVAM oléicole des Bouches-du-Rhône), Sébastien Le Verge (Technical Center of the Olive Tree)

3:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Hall E0 - S. Durance

Technical itinerary in organic strawberries

The production of organic strawberries is still underdeveloped. Cultivation is technically difficult to manage and the regulations often appear to be restrictive (supply of organic plants, ban on producing above ground). Despite everything, this production interests more and more farmers. Producing organic strawberries is feasible but requires mastering some technical aspects: we will enlighten you during this conference!

Speakers : Anthony Ginez (APREL), Sara Ferrera (CA84)

Wednesday 17th October

Ground

Olive growing

PPAM

All sectors

Breeding

Market gardening

Viticulture

9:30 am - 11:00 am

Hall E1 - S. Rhône

Diversified market gardening on small areas

Today, many organic market gardening installations are carried out on ecologically intensive agricultural systems, not very mechanized and associating diversified crops on small surfaces (close to 1 ha / Full Time Equivalent). Work is developing and provides the first French technico-economic references: economic analysis of a group of farms, system success indicators, etc. The conference will take stock of all these aspects.

Speakers : Dominique Berry (CA69), Oriane Mertz (Agribio 84)

10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

Hall E0 - S. Durance

Ground cover and green manure in DEPHY networks

The groups of farmers involved in Ecophyto aim to reduce the use of plant protection products. These exploitation projects, some of which started in 2010, are based on alternative techniques including plant cover and green manures which, in particular, should make it possible to limit herbicides. It is a question of presenting the real implementation of innovative practices in the operating systems with all that this entails of advantages, questions, results, progress for the exploitation and with the actors of their territory. Feedback will be presented in the different sectors before discussing with the audience. This round table is therefore aimed particularly at farmers and advisers who have implemented or wish to use these techniques.

Speakers : Organized by the Ferme DEPHY Ecophyto networks. Farmers and animators of the Farm DEPHY networks in PACA

11:30 am - 1:00 pm

Hall E1 - S. Rhône

Agroforestry and other diversified cropping systems

The development of new agricultural production systems or the reappropriation of old practices reconciling production and environmental requirements are at the heart of the agroecological transition. The diversification of crops within a plot, a farm or even a territory is a major key to the resilience of agroecological systems. How are agroforestry, polyculture, permaculture, ... thought out and implemented? What challenges do these systems respond to? How to develop them and what to expect? Answers will be provided through various examples of diversified systems.

Speakers : François Warlop (GRAB), Arnaud Dufils (INRA PACA), Chloé Gaspari (GRAB), Ségolène Plessix (CA26)

1:30 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Hall E0 - S. Durance

Copper reduction and alternatives in organic viticulture

Copper is the most effective product approved in viticulture and usable in organic farming to fight against downy mildew. Today authorized within the limit of 6 kg / ha / year of copper metal over an average of 5 years, this limit is under discussion to be reduced to 4 kg / ha / year.
In this context of calling into question the use of copper in viticulture, it is necessary to take stock of the trials carried out for several years: what prospects really offer strategies for reducing copper doses and alternative products?

Speakers : Jean-Claude Malet (SRAL PACA), Nicolas Aveline (IFV), Marc Chovelon (GRAB)

2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Hall E1 - S. Rhône

Varroa in organic beekeeping

Controlling varroa is a major issue for organic beekeepers. The objective of the conference is to take stock of this parasitic mite and to provide the keys for its management within the apiary.

Speakers : Guillaume Kairo (ADAPI)

3:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Hall E1 - S. Rhône

Bees and Agriculture

Bees and agriculture are intimately linked. The pollination activity of bees is essential to agriculture: the majority of crops benefit from the pollinating activity of insects. At the same time, the use of pesticides is known as one of the factors that contribute to bee mortality, which is at the heart of tensions between beekeepers and farmers. With an inventory of historical, sociological, ecological and technico-economic knowledge, the speakers propose to approach this question in a constructive way and to propose concrete solutions to better preserve bees.

Speakers : Axel Decourtye (ITSAP), Pascal Jourdan (ADAPI), Jean Silvain (beekeeper)

3:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Hall E0 - S. Durance

Fight against flavescence dorée

Flavescence dorée continues to grow in France. Its incidence and its epidemic nature make the fight essential. Taking stock of the current health situation, the principle of this collective and compulsory fight, as well as the role of prospecting, is essential for everyone, organic and non-organic wine growers. The specificity of the fight in organic vineyards will be approached in a practical way in the second part of the conference.

Speakers : Alice Dubois (SRAL PACA), Nicolas Constant (SudVinBio)

Thursday, October 18

Ground

Olive growing

PPAM

All sectors

Breeding

Market gardening

Viticulture

9:30 am - 11:30 am

Hall E1 - S. Rhône

Feed poultry with farm food

The basic principle in organic farming is the link to the soil: 50% of animal feed must come from the farm or, if this is not possible, come from farms in the region or from France. In order to help you see more clearly, the conference will address the management of poultry feed with the intervention of a technical expert and the testimony of a breeder.

Speakers : Christel Nayet (CA26), Denis Surgey (breeder)

9:30 am - 11:00 am

Hall E0 - S. Durance

Alternative animal care

Alternative treatments, associated with a global approach to pathologies based on observation, occupy an increasingly important place in farms. Whether homeopathy, aromatherapy, herbal medicine,… they each have their own specificity. Their success requires compliance with treatment protocols and great anticipation. Overview of alternative tools and essential prevention principles.

Speakers : Claire Martin (Homeopathic veterinarian) and breeder's testimony

11:15 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

Hall E0 - S. Durance

Convert your sheep herd to organic

The conversion of the sheep herd to organic is being prepared and approached in its entirety. This conference will allow you to know the technical and regulatory bases prior to conversion. The theme of feeding the herd will also be discussed, with an emphasis on fattening lambs with farm products.

Speakers : Patrick Quinquet (CA05), François Demarquet (Carmejane), Remi Leconte (MRE)

11:30 am - 1:00 pm

Hall E1 - S. Rhône

Create a poultry workshop

If you want to create a poultry workshop in organic farming, this conference will provide you with the essential elements for the design of a breeding site integrating a course and building, for the mastery of organic and biosecurity regulations, as well as the principles of a good sanitary management of livestock.

Speakers : Christel Nayet (CA26), Christine Fillia (Vetopole 26)

1:30 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Hall E0 - S. Durance

Roles and choice of organic materials

Although they represent only a few percent of the mass of cultivated land, organic matter (OM) in the soil has essential roles: construction and stability of the structure, maintenance or increase of the capacity to retain water or the elements. minerals, etc ... The different types of organic matter have their own properties. In order to help farmers and advisers to see more clearly, the conference proposes to take stock of the needs of soils in organic matter, to present the different types of organic matter and their properties and use, as well as to know the local availability. .

Speakers : Samuel Dequiedt (INRA Dijon), Xavier Salducci (Celesta lab), Alexia Hebraud (GERES)

1.30 p.m. - 3.15 p.m.

Hall E1 - S. Rhône

Technical and economic analysis of organic viticulture

The conversion to organic farming is reflected upstream by taking into account various parameters calling for a global reflection. This is a gradual remodeling of the farm in terms of production and marketing.
This conference will allow you to understand the challenges of conversion in terms of yield, health management, work organization and production costs; identify technical innovations developed by organic winegrowers on their farms; and finally, to know the state of the organic wine industry in order to assess the commercial opportunities of local appellations.

Speakers : Sébastien Lacroix (Inter-rhône), Laetitia Paganelli (CIVP), Anne Merot (INRA Montpellier), Eric L'Helgouach (CA84), Audrey Petit (IFV)

3:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Hall E0 - S. Durance

Organic regulatory news

Knowing and mastering regulatory changes is necessary for any farmer and secures him in his projects; this is particularly the case in Organic Agriculture, a sector in which the European organic regulation is added to national regulations. This conference should make it possible to decipher the new measures of the future European organic regulation, the regulation which applies to the question of organic seeds and plants, as well as that which governs the various categories of "alternative" products (Biocontrol, PNPP, .. .).

Speakers : Marjorie Deroi (MAAP), Mélanie Vanpraët (INAO), Christophe Roubal (SRAL PACA)

3.30 p.m. - 5.30 p.m.

Hall E1 - S. Rhône

Resistant grape varieties

Among the levers to be operated to reduce phytosanitary inputs in the vineyards, resistant grape varieties are arousing growing interest among wine growers. This conference is an opportunity to take stock of the range of grape varieties which will soon be available to all: results and progress of French work with the inra-ifv, information on German and Italian grape varieties and update on the registration of grape varieties and their availability.

Speakers : Nathalie Goma-Fortin (CA34), Loïc Breton (VCR), Didier Richy (CA13), Garance Marcamtoni (CA83), Loïc Le Cunff (IFV), Olivier Jacquet (CA84)

Program subject to change