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2014

GRAND PUBLIC, VULGARISATION
  • Adrian M. (2014). Les cépages. Intervention télévisée dans le cadre de l'Emission Millésime (film France 3 Bourgogne).
  • Bignault C., Place L. (2014). Côte-d’Or : une pause pour Valls. Le Premier ministre Manuel Valls cède à la mode des selfies à l’Institut national de recherche agronomique de Dijon.
    Article qui cite l'UMR Agroécologie notamment la plateforme de phénotypage PPHD. Le Bien Public, 1779, 16 décembre 2014. 1-4.
  • Chauvel B., Délye C. (2014). La résistance existait avant les herbicides (Which came first: herbicides or herbicide resistance? Recent findings suggest the latter). INRA Département SPE. Fiches Presse Actualités INRA. http://www.spe.inra.fr/Toutes-les-actualites/La-resistance-existait-avant-les-herbicides.
  • France ô. (2014). Chlordécone, poison durable. 13 mai 2014 (Émission Archipels. Interview de Martin-Laurent F. sur la question de la contamination des sols des Antilles avec le chlordécone.).
  • K6FM. (2014). Diffusion sur cette radio, dans les flashs infos, d'un reportage sur l'expérience du tram. (Reportage qui cite l'UMR Agroécologie).
  • La Rédaction. (2014). La visite de Stéphane le Foll en images. Reportage photos à l'occasion du Congrès international 1st GSBI sur la biodiversité et des sols au Palais des Congrès à Dijon. Le Bien Public, 5 décembre 2014.
  • La Rédaction. (2014). L'ambroisie se développerait au nord de l'Europe. Article de magazine qui cite l'Observatoire de l'Ambroisie mis en place par le Ministère chargé de la Santé et l'INRA (contact INRA : B. Chauvel et Q. Martinez). In "La France Agricole", 3557, 26 septembre 2014. p.36p.
  • La Rédaction. (2014). GRAND DIJON : Tram, gazon et champignons. Site Internet infos-Dijon La nouvelle référence de l'information. Article qui cite l'UMR Agroécologie en particulier l'équipe « mycorhizes ».
  • Safar T. (2014). Un tram toujours plus vert. Article qui cite l'UMR Agroécologie. In "Le Journal du Palais", 4391, du 28 avril au 4 mai 2014. p.6.
  • Simonin G., Lemanceau P. (2014). Les sols à l’honneur à Dijon. 1er Cru n°9 novembre 2014, Journal interne INRA Dijon et Site Internet INRA Dijon, rubrique Actualités, décembre 2014.
  • Wipf D. (2014). Présentation de la Truffe de Bourgogne et de la "truffière pilote" de Leuglay. 9 avril 2014 (radio RCF, participation à l'émission "Ballade Bourguignonne").
  • Wipf D. (2014). Des truffes qui ont de l'avenir. Interview article par Bidault E. (journaliste). In "Le Bien Public", 26 janvier 2014. p.4.