This project aims to evaluate and develop a high-throughput sequencing-based diagnostic procedure to
This innovative diagnostic approach will significantly contribute to the development and adoption of diagnostic methods that rely on high-throughput sequencing, thereby simplifying the diagnosis process.
From 2019 to 2023
DNA sequencing can be used to inventory all the organisms living in a soil sample.
Ministère de l'Agriculture, des Pêcheries et de l'Alimentation du Québec | Centre de recherche du CHU de Québec-Université Laval | Centre de recherche sur les grains
To increase the productivity of potato production systems and preserve soil quality, we need to enhance our knowledge of interactions among biological, physical, chemical, and agronomic characteristics of cultivated soils in various environments.
Researcher: Richard Hogue
This project seeks to develop a knowledge transfer tool to assist organic market gardeners with weed control.
Researcher: Maryse Leblanc
The aim of this project was to leverage the efficiency of drip irrigation and splitting nitrogen inputs into multiple applications to reduce total nitrogen inputs per unit produced and provide better economic and environmental alternatives to conventional irrigation.
Researcher: Carl Boivin