Conférence vignes et vins

Conférence : Les mycorhizes associées à la vigne : le futur de la vigne est-il sous nos pieds ?

Lifestyle, Culture and tradition, Culturel, Wine - wine tasting, Course / Workshop in Beaune
  • 1st "GESTiculations" meeting as part of the partnership between the Cité and the GEST (Groupement d'Étude et de Suivi des Terroirs).

  • 1st "GESTiculations" meeting as part of the partnership between the Cité and the GEST (Groupement d'Étude et de Suivi des Terroirs).

    In its environment, the vine is associated with various micro-organisms, forming a super-ensemble known as a holobiont. This holobiont is influenced by a number of factors, such as soil and climate conditions and cultivation methods, which modify the interactions within it. Among these, arbuscular mycorrhizal symbiosis is one of the most important. Very...
    1st "GESTiculations" meeting as part of the partnership between the Cité and the GEST (Groupement d'Étude et de Suivi des Terroirs).

    In its environment, the vine is associated with various micro-organisms, forming a super-ensemble known as a holobiont. This holobiont is influenced by a number of factors, such as soil and climate conditions and cultivation methods, which modify the interactions within it. Among these, arbuscular mycorrhizal symbiosis is one of the most important. Very widespread in the plant kingdom, this symbiosis between soil fungi and plant roots provides numerous services, primarily to the plant but also to the soil and the ecosystem as a whole.

    The aim of this conference will be to present the main results obtained in recent years on understanding the role of vines in the selection and organisation of mycorrhizal communities in the vineyard. In particular, we will take the example of the GEST's Conservatoire d'Anciens Cépages Bourguignons platform at Mont Battois, which has been the subject of a microbiological terroir study. In particular, the influence of plant material (grape variety and rootstock) on arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi associated with vine roots was studied. Finally, we will look at the broader issue of the role that cultivated genetic diversity can have on the biological functioning of soils in the context of climate change and health issues affecting vineyards.

    In the presence of : Pierre-Emmanuel COURTY, INRAE Dijon Research Director and Pierre-Antoine NOCETO, Mycophyto Research & Innovation Project Manager and former INRAE Dijon Research Engineer.

    Full price: €6
    Reduced rate : 3€ - upon presentation of proof of entitlement.
  • Spoken languages
    • French
  • Rates
  • Base rate
    From 6 €
  • Reduced rate
    From 3 €
Schedules
Schedules
  • On April 18, 2024 at 6:00 PM
Close