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15,000 visitors, Les Culturales® 2019 seduces farmers in the West region of France

Despite the capricious weather, the 14th Culturales® welcomed 15,000 visitors on June 5 and 6 in Jaunay-Marigny next to the Futuroscope.
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2nd Annual Meeting of ReMIX project in Pamplona (Spain)

INTIA (Institute for Agrifood Technology and Infrastructures of Navarra) organized the Second Annual meeting of H2020 European project “ReMIX” in Pamplona on 27, 28 and 29 May 2019.
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H2020 European project SmartAgriHubs

ARVALIS was present for the kick-off meeting of the H2020 European project SmartAgriHubs from the 4th to the 6th of March in Prague. This project, gathering 140 partners from 22 countries for a budget of 20 M€, aims to bring innovators along with farmers to drive the digital transformation of the European Agro-Food industry.
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The Internet of Food and Farm 2020 project is delighted to announce that it will host the IoF2020 Partners Event 2019 in Prague

This third meeting is a very special one for IoF2020,
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Plant defense stimulators

The 26th September was an important date in terms of dissemination and communication for the Mixed Technology Network ELICITRA.
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Light on prospective in genetics

Kernza is the name of an North-American grass currently being tested in France. Unlike the USA the choice is to add this new species in the rotation over a period of about three years. Obviously she does not develop disease over 10 years, probably providing original and durable resistance genes.
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ARVALIS participates in the European ReMIX project: Redesigning European cropping systems based on species MIXtures

The ReMIX project, funded with 5 million € by the EU in the frame of the Horizon 2020 programme, will produce new knowledge both for conventional and organic agricultural systems, through a 4-year collaborative research programme.
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ARVALIS participates in a new European project under INTERREG North West Europe aiming to preserve nutrients in agroecosystems

ReNu2Farm : Nutrient Recycling – from pilot production to farms and fields
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Norbert BENAMOU is the new General Manager of ARVALIS - Institut du vegetal

Anne-Claire VIAL, President of ARVALIS, has appointed Mr. Norbert BENAMOU to the general direction of the institute. He succeeds Jacques MATHIEU, who is retiring. This change in the direction of the Institute, presented to the Board of Directors last October, took effect on January 8, 2018.
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Anne-Claire VIAL succeeds Christophe TERRAIN as president of ARVALIS – Institut du végétal

Anne-Claire VIAL is a farmer in the South East of France, and hitherto vice-president of the institute.
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Opening of the pre-harversting phase of the IoF2020 Open Call

The pre-harvesting phase helps the participants to answer eventual questions they might have regarding the call modalities and provides guidance on the most suitable approach to describe their individual project idea.
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API-AGRO : technical institutes in start-up mode

The API-AGRO platform launched by the technical institutes (ACTA) now federates the main French stakeholders of the ecosystem in research and innovation around a shared data platform.
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Helping European agriculture to tackle water and nutrient limitations : new European project started

ARVALIS is participating in the European project SolACE funded by the Horizon 2020 programme. The project aims at generating solutions that combine novel crop varieties and management innovations to improve water and nutrient use efficiency.
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Smart-AKIS is the Thematic Network on Smart Farming funded by Horizon 2020 and backed up by EIP-AGRI

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Kick-off meeting of the H2020 NEFERTITI project: Innovation in Demo Farms !

ARVALIS is part of the European project NEFERTITI which has been selected for a grant from the European Commission to improve and foster the exchange of knowledge with farmers and ag actors in order to boost innovation uptake. The Institute is specifically involved in the thematic network dedicated to arable crops and precision farming.
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600 participants at the first PHLOEME Conference in Paris

Research and innovation are two of the drivers that will help the cereal sector to cope with the transition it must face. The 600 delegates attending the PHLOEME Conference held at the Cité des sciences in Paris on 24th and 25th January were able to talk and share their knowledge, with the common aim of facilitating the emergence of innovative solutions that will improve all the different aspects of cereal production systems performance. 
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