CRAM-Mirabel | Evaluate the cost-effectiveness of canopy management practices as an aid to reduce disease pressure
Le Centre de recherche agroalimentaire de Mirabel (CRAM) est un organisme à but non lucratif qui offre des services de recherche et de transfert technologique en horticulture et en agroalimentaire dans le but de favoriser le développement et la compétitivité des entreprises agricoles.
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Evaluate the cost-effectiveness of canopy management practices as an aid to reduce disease pressure

Date
2018-2023
Rôle dans le projet
Requérant
Partenaires
AAC, CVQ, agronomes, MAPAQ
Organisme subventionnaire
Agriculture agroalimentaire Canada- Grappe scientifique canadienne
Description

This activity will evaluate the cost-effectiveness of canopy management practices as an aid to reduce disease development and needs for fungicide applications. It will also study the adaptation of disease management decisions for canopy and fruit zone management practices.

Objectives:
• Survey of the grape industry to evaluate the current canopy management practices including timing, level of exposure and the grower’s expected benefit; and
• Determine the economics of canopy management practices for disease management and fruit quality using cost/benefit analysis.

Chargé de projet
Alexander Campbell

Chercheur responsable
Caroline Provost

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