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FRANCE INFO 19/03/21 GUADELOUPE - La banane certifiée bio commercialisée sur le marché local. Josiane Champion • Publié le 19 mars 2021 à 12h51, mis à jour le 20 mars 2021 à 06h30 Bernadette Dormoy fait figure de pionnière au sein du groupement bananier « Les Producteurs de Guadeloupe » (LPG).

FRANCE INFO 19/03/21 GUADELOUPE - La banane certifiée bio commercialisée sur le marché local

Elle est la première à pouvoir mettre en vente, à la fois à l’export et sur le marché local, des bananes certifiées « agriculture biologique », de la variété Cavendish, autrement dit la variété de banane dessert commune, la « poyo », cultivée partout dans le monde. L’agricultrice, qui a pris la suite de son père, en 2016, à la tête d’une petite exploitation de près de 7 hectares, section Saint-Sauveur à Capesterre-Belle-Eau, a franchi le pas en 2017, après l’ouragan Maria du 18 septembre. FOOD SAFETY MAGAZINE 20/10/20 The Challenges of Banana Production: Pathogens, Breeding, and Sustainability. EDIGEST | October 20, 2020 By Dr.

FOOD SAFETY MAGAZINE 20/10/20 The Challenges of Banana Production: Pathogens, Breeding, and Sustainability

Alejandra Aguilar Solis I spoke with Dr. Miguel Dita, senior scientist, Plant Health for Sustainable Banana Production, with The Alliance of Bioversity International and The International Center for Tropical Agriculture (CIAT), in an attempt to examine the challenges of sustainable banana production. 1) Dr. Foc TR4 is doubtless the long-term major threat of the banana export industry and is likely to continue over many decades. 2) In your recent published article “Ex Ante Assessment of Returns on Research Investments to Address the Impact of Fusarium Wilt Tropical Race 4 on Global Banana Production,” you mention that breeding has been proposed as the most viable response through genetic modification and with even greater promise in gene editing; however, this would complicate the trade scenario with European countries as genetically modified organisms (GMOs) have very strict regulations here.

Waste Management Volume 100, December 2019, Pre-treatment of banana peel to improve composting by black soldier fly (Hermetia illucens (L.), Diptera: Stratiomyidae) larvae. 1.

Waste Management Volume 100, December 2019, Pre-treatment of banana peel to improve composting by black soldier fly (Hermetia illucens (L.), Diptera: Stratiomyidae) larvae

Introduction Population growth and urbanisation is expected to increase municipal solid waste generation to 2.2 billion tonnes by 2025 and predicted to affect low- and middle-income countries (LMIC) most, due to unsustainable waste management practices (WorldBank, 2017). Solid waste management in most LMIC involves open dumping and burning (WorldBank, 2018). Municipal solid waste in those countries contains a mixture of plastics (<13%), metals (<4%), paper (<9%), glass (<4%) and more than 50% organic waste (Hoornweg and Perinaz, 2012). Solid waste dumped at landfill undergoes sorting by waste pickers, who remove a large proportion of the non-organic waste leaving high proportions of biodegradable organic waste (Komakech et al., 2014). Use of insects for treatment of organic wastes is gaining increasing interest, as it uses organic solid wastes as a resource to produce valuable products (Čičková et al., 2015).

A. b. 2. 2.1. Summa Phytopathologica - 2017 - Biological control of anthracnose in the postharvest of manzano bananas using Saccharomyces spp. Services on Demand Journal Article Indicators Related links Share Permalink Summa Phytopathologica.

Summa Phytopathologica - 2017 - Biological control of anthracnose in the postharvest of manzano bananas using Saccharomyces spp.

AGROPARISTECH - 2011 - Thèse en ligne : EFFETS D’APPORT DE MATIERES ORGANIQUES SUR LE CONTROLE BIOLOGIQUE DES NEMATODES PARASITES DU BANANIER EN GUADELOUPE. Abstract : In French West Indies, banana crops are generally managed as an intensive mechanized monoculture, and one of main problems to solve is the control of plant-parasitic nematodes.

AGROPARISTECH - 2011 - Thèse en ligne : EFFETS D’APPORT DE MATIERES ORGANIQUES SUR LE CONTROLE BIOLOGIQUE DES NEMATODES PARASITES DU BANANIER EN GUADELOUPE

In this study, the effects of the input of different organic materials, gross or composted, on the biological control of nematodes were investigated. The analyze of the literature showed that the effects of an organic material input on plant-parasitic nematode populations and on their damage on the plant are complex and vary highly according to the biochemical characteristics of the products and the plant-parasitic nematode species. Thus, organic materials that release great amounts of mineral nitrogen during their decomposition promote root growth, which increases the feeding resource for plant-parasitic nematodes and/or plant tolerance to their attacks. Organic material decomposition can also release nematotoxic chemical compounds. US AID - 2014 - Training manual - integrated pest management for banana farmers. Integrated Pest Management Training Manual for Banana Farmers - 2014 - TRAINING MANUAL - INTEGRATED PEST MANAGEMENT FOR BANANA FARMERS. GOVERNMENT OF INDIA 01/04/02 Integrated pest management package for banana.

Integrated Pest Management in the Tropic - 2016 - Integrated Pest Management in Banana. FRONTIERS IN PLANT SCIENCE 20/07/17 Bacterial Diseases of Bananas and Enset: Current State of Knowledge and Integrated Approaches Toward Sustainable Management. Introduction Bananas (Musa spp) are the world’s most important fruit crop in terms of production volume and trade (FAOSTAT, 2014).

FRONTIERS IN PLANT SCIENCE 20/07/17 Bacterial Diseases of Bananas and Enset: Current State of Knowledge and Integrated Approaches Toward Sustainable Management

Although a major staple in Africa, Asia and Latin America, only 13% of bananas produced are internationally traded (Lescot, 2013), indicating the fruit’s importance for domestic markets and food security. In East and Central Africa, it is a significant dietary component, ranging from about 20% of daily total food intake in Uganda up to 80% in parts of Rwanda (Abele et al., 2007). Also, the East African highland cooking bananas “Matooke” (triploid A genome East Africa group; AAA-EA) are culturally important in East Africa, with a diverse range of varieties and specific uses (Karamura et al., 1999, 2004; Kalyebara et al., 2007). In West Africa, plantains (AAB group) are grown in mixed cropping systems and play a similar role for food security and income. The Latin American and Caribbean region (LAC) accounts for 66% of global Cavendish (Musa AAA) exports.

ENDURE 23/11/10 Now available: 26 new leaflets in French Étude de Cas sur la Banane Numéro 1: Nouvelles stratégies à court et moyen termes pour réduire l’utilisation des pesticides dans les cultures de bananes Étude de Cas sur la Banane Numéro 2: Les cerc. FAO - 2017 - CERTIFICATION BIOLOGIQUE POUR LES BANANES. LIBERATION 28/08/17 Des bananes bio, équitables, mais pas recommandables. Des bananes bio, équitables, mais pas recommandables D’brd, Gbrl n’ ps s rcvr chz l.

LIBERATION 28/08/17 Des bananes bio, équitables, mais pas recommandables

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FRANCE INFO 19/03/17 Question de choix. Les bananes bio sont-elles vraiment bio ?

Selon l’Union des groupements de producteurs de bananes de Guadeloupe et Martinique, ils estiment que produire des bananes bio avec le cahier des charges européen est quasiment impossible. Mais la campagne plus bio que bio qu'ils on lancée il y a 3 semaines a dû être stoppée,car n’est pas bio qui veut. REPORTERRE 17/03/17 La face cachée de la guerre de la banane bio. Tout a commencé au Salon de l’agriculture, avec un slogan fièrement brandi par les producteurs de banane de Martinique et Guadeloupe sur leur stand : « La banane française, mieux que BIO, c’est possible !

REPORTERRE 17/03/17 La face cachée de la guerre de la banane bio

» Mieux que bio ? FNAB 14/03/17 "fausses bananes bio": L’agro-industrie chimique de la banane contre l’agriculture biologique.