Associate professor, PhD in Agronomical sciences
Analysis/conception/evaluation of low inputs cropping systems using intercropped cover crops providing ecosystem services
Agroecology and Environment
Analysis, conception, evaluation of low inputs cropping systems using intercropped cover crops providing ecosystem services
- ACR’Eau: Cropping systems inspired from conservation agriculture to reduce inputs use and preserve water quality. Funding: Water agency Rhône-Mediterranée-Corse
- Agro-éco-Syst’N: Identifying agroecological cropping systems of high nitrogen value – specific work on organic cropping systems – Funding: CASDAR
- CASTOR: Intercropped cover crops supporting the agroecological transition and the reduction of inputs use. Funding: TERRA ISARA
- Perennial grains: Grow perennial crops for grain and forage production while providing ecosystems services– Funding: TERRA ISARA & CASDAR
- Made in AB : Management of weeds in organic agriculture – What do weed management strategies in organic tell us about options to manage weeds without herbicides? – funding Ecophyto EXPE
- PEI green manure in Provence: How to manage cover crops without herbicides in cereals, aromatic and medicinal plants in Provence. Funding: European Union and Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur Region
- Agricultural sciences: theoretical fundamentals, cropping systems, diagnosis (students of Year 3 and apprentices)
- Coordinator of the module about agricultural and animal sciences (Year 3)
- Cropping systems design and multiservices biodiversity-based cropping systems (DA AGRECINA, MSc Agroecology)
- Coordinator of the specialization in viticulture (Viticulture, Territories and Agroecology)
Work experience and studies
- Since 2008: Assistant then Associate professor in agronomy/agroecology at ISARA (Research unit Agroecology and Environment).
- 2007: Post-doctorate project at CIRAD, Montpellier (UMR SYSTEM). Design of a model to simulate the dynamics of carbon and nitrogen (in soil and litter) for the SEAMLESS-IF software platform (European program SEAMLESS – System for Environmental and Agricultural Modelling; Linking European Science and Society – Integrated Framework).
- 2004-2007: PhD student in agricultural sciences at INRA (UMR SYSTEM INRA/CIRAD/Montpellier SupAgro, Montpellier) Water and nitrogen relations in an intercropped vineyard under the Mediterannean climate.
- 2003: Engineer at ITV (French national institute for viticulture and winegrowing)
- 2003: Master degree in soil sciences (Montpellier Supagro)
- 2002: Engineering degree in agriculture and environment
- Duchêne, O., Celette, F., Ryan, M. R., DeHaan, L. R., Crews, T. E., & David, C. (2019). Integrating multipurpose perennial grains crops in Western European farming systems. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.agee.2019.106591.
- Fontaine, L., Celette, F., Cordeau, S., Métais, P., Vacher, C., Cohan, J.-P., Quirin, T. (2019). InnovAB – Améliorer les systèmes de grande culture en agriculture biologique : enseignements d’un réseau d’expérimentations de longue durée. Innovations Agronomiques, 71, 295–309.
- Vrignon-Brenas, S., Celette, F., Piquet-Pissaloux, A., Corre-Hellou, G., & David, C. (2018). Intercropping strategies of white clover with organic wheat to improve trade-of between wheat yield, protein content and provision of ecological services by white clover. Field Crops Research, 224(May), 160–169. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.fcr.2018.05.009
- Garcia, L., Celette, F., Gary, C., Ripoche, A., Valdés-Gómez, H., & Metay, A. (2018). Management of service crops for the provision of ecosystem services in vineyards: A review. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment, 251, 158–170. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.agee.2017.09.030
- Casagrande, M., Alletto, L., Naudin, C., Lenoir, A., Siah, A., & Celette, F. (2017). Enhancing planned and associated biodiversity in French farming systems. Agronomy for Sustainable Development, 37(6), 57. https://doi.org/10.1007/s13593-017-0463-5
- Duchêne, O., Vian, J.-F., & Celette, F. (2017). Intercropping with legume for agroecological cropping systems: Complementarity and facilitation processes and the importance of soil microorganisms. A review. Agronomy for Sustainable Development, 37(6), 57. https://doi.org/10.1007/s13593-017-0463-5