Changement climatique et céréaliculture en Normandie : quelles perspectives pour 2100 ?

Abstract : Soft wheat occupies an important place in Normandy crops productions. Climate change could lead to impacts on the crop cycle. In the case of unchanged sowing dates by 2100, the anticipation of phenological stages linked to the temperature increase would avoid the fear of scalding days' rise and water deficit. However, because of this precocity, news consequences emerged: lower temperatures during meiosis, decrease of the days of vernalization during tilleringand solar radiation between stem elongation and flowering.
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Beauvais François, Olivier Cantat, Philippe Madeline. Changement climatique et céréaliculture en Normandie : quelles perspectives pour 2100 ?. XXXIIème Colloque International de l'AIC : Le Changement Climatique, la variabilité et les risques climatiques, May 2019, Thessaloniki, Grèce. ⟨hal-02168340⟩

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