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Presentation on theme: "CETIOM Technical Centre for Oilseed Crops CETIOM – CENTRE TECHNIQUE INTERPROFESSIONNEL DES OLEAGINEUX METROPOLITAINS."— Presentation transcript:


2 Identity & organisation Created in 1957 Under control of both the Ministry of Agriculture and the Ministry of Economy A farmer for chairman Lead by its users Oil crops : Oilseed rape, Sunflower, Soybean, Linseed CETIOM

3 Identity & organisation Improving oilseed competitivity by adapting the production to : - economic conditions - public regulations - society demands by improving the quality of seeds and products (oils and meals) by developing new outlets Assisting the professionals of the sector and the officials in their decisions CETIOM's missions

4 Identity & organisation FOP : Oilseed farmers union ONIDOL : Interprofessional organisation in charge of the coordination and promotion of oils and meals UNIP : Interprofessional organisation for pulses (proteic crops) SOFIPROTEOL : Financial body CETIOM : Research institute for oilseed crops CETIOM Integrated in an organized sector : PROLEA CETIOM Integrated in an organized sector : PROLEA

5 Identity & organisation 22 people representing all the economic players in the oilseed sector CETIOM's board Oilseed cooperatives and traders Chairman (a farmer) Oil mills Engineering staff Seed companies and seed growers Experts Farmers (oilseed producers)

6 Identity & organisation CETIOM's financial resources Public research contracts ADAR Private research contracts Sales and services Levy from farmers 1,52 /T for rapeseed 1,76 /T for sunflower 1,72 /T for soya bean 1,83 /T for linseed

7 Technical Directorate Scientific directorate Publishing and Communications EAST ZONE WEST ZONE SOUTH ZONE Hubert HEBINGER André MERRIEN Pierre JOUFFRET Marlène MEANCE INFORMATION PRODUCTS Christine GIGANDON MULTIMEDIA Florence WALLER DISTRIBUTIONPRESS Regional engineers Testing Communication-Extension Networks Fabien LAGARDE Philippe LETERME Bernard SOUM CHAIRMAN Xavier BEULIN DIRECTOR André POUZET Functionnal departements : Human ressources Finances Quality and safety Projets plannification Information systems Reference library Etienne PILORGE Xavier PINOCHET Jacques EVRARD CROPPING SYSTEMS GENETIC PLANT PROTECTION VALORIZATION ECONOMY PROSPECTIVE Francis FLENET General organisational chart Bernard SOUM Grignon Project leaders

8 Identity & organisation Experimentation & development Experimentation & development Zone manager Regional engineers Networks manager Testing manager Communication manager WEST ZONE André MERRIEN 270 AV de la Pomme de Pin ARDON – 45166 OLIVETcedex EAST ZONE Hubert HEBINGER 10 av. de Dallas 21000 DIJON SOUTH ZONE Pierre JOUFFRET 6 Chemin de la Côte Vieille 31450 BAZIEGE

9 Identity & organisation Missions : Leading research programs Supervising testing Carrying out studies Animating scientific partnerships Coordinating answers to calls for bids Scientific directorate

10 Identity & organisation Facilities Grignon Center Greenhouses and pathology lab BP 4 78850 THIVERVAL-GRIGNON Ardon Analysis lab 270 av de la Pomme de Pin BP 90635 – ARDON 45166 OLIVET cedex CREOL (CETIOM subsidiary) Seed processing and pilot plant Rue Monge – Parc industriel 33600 PESSAC

11 Information products Decision making tools : Réglette azote colza (small scale) Héliotest MAE software Oléovar (on line tool on varieties) Guides and leaflets : Cropping guides Technical sheets Regional leaflets Oléotech (for advisers) Cdrom guide CETIOM products for farmers and advisers

12 Publishings : Points techniques (for advisers and scientists) Oléoscope (for advisers) Activity report Scientific papers Meetings : CETIOM annual meetings Regional and local technical meetings National events (Oléopro…) Visits of testing stations Library and bibliographic review On-line : Internet site (regional and national level) Informations for action CETIOM products

13 Expertise On-farm expertise and field advice Scientific expertise Designing of agri-environmental measures Lab analysis (chemistry, pathology, biomolecular) CETIOM products

14 Strategy A research program with 5 main concerns Helping strategic decisions of the oilseed sector Evaluating and developing innovations Designing sustainable farming systems Assisting the creation and distribution of innovations Valorising oilseed products, controlling their quality and guaranteeing their safety

15 Strategy Helping strategic decisions of the oilseed sector Providing tools to analyse the environment for strategic decisions (prospective) Describing the organisation and the development of farming systems using oilseed crops : surveys, farm networks. Developing the expertise to feed the public debate and designing biosurveys

16 Strategy Assessing and developing innovations Developing knowledge about plants for better adaptation to the needs of the sector Knowing and controlling pests and diseases Evaluating the inputs used by farmers Developing and valorising new technologies for agriculture

17 Strategy Designing sustainable farming systems Knowing the impact of cropping systems on the environment Optimising and adapting cropping systems containing oilseed crops Creating sustainable farming technologies through integrated crop protection Adapting farming practices to quality needs or organisational constraints

18 Strategy Assisting the creation and distribution of innovations Communicating with scientific and technical partners Developing new technologies of information Bringing operational advice to farmers

19 Valorizing oilseed products, controlling their quality and guaranteeing their safety Developing knowledge about nutritional properties of oilseed products and valorizing them Improving technological processes for present and future uses Controlling safety and quality in all the sector Strategy

20 Develops partnerships in research and field activities Permanent exchanges with other experts and specialists : public research ( INRA), crop protection (SPV), Institutes… Permanent contacts with local professional organisations Contact with all the players of the oilseed sector Relation ships with private companies : seed, plant protection, crushers,… International research networks Partnerships CETIOM

21 History of oilseed rape in France Development from the 16th century for light 250 000 – 300 000 ha middle of the 19 th Disparition during the colonial period Start again after the 2nd world war –1950 : 100 000 ha 1.2 t/ha –1960 : 300 000 ha 1.5 t/ha, –1970 : 500 000 ha 2.0 t/ha

22 Winter Oilseed rape in France - Mainly in the North half of the country Harvest 2006 : 1 380 000 ha, 3.0 t/ha, Harvest 2007 : 1 570 000 ha, 3.1t/ha 1993199619981999200020012002200320042005 Surfaces X 1000 ha 56586511401343122510831048109111291170 Non-food48213155318311281282292276400 yield

23 Markets seeds Huile 40-50% Protéines 17-25% Food markets (direct, IAA) Non food use (Lipochimie, Diester) meal New markets (détergents, adhésifs, isolation) All seed (animal feeding)

24 Colza classique Oléique 60-75% Alpha Linolénique : 6-12% Colza bas linolénique Oléique 75-80% Alpha linolénique <3% -20% en rendement Colza érucique 45-55% -5% en rendement Dont Cabriolet : 74% oléique Variétés : linolénique >10% commodité ALIMENTATION BIOCARBURANT ALIMENTATION SANTE INDUSTRIE Alimentaire IAA INDUSTRIE 5 000 Ha15 000 Ha

25 Capacités de trituration en France Total capacité existantes : 3.425 kT Augmentations de capacités : 2.425 kT Total capacité 2008/2009 : 5.850 kT

26 Agréments biocarburants en tonnes par année

27 Capacité de production de Diester en 2008-2009 Boussens (travail à façon pour DI) 40 000 tonnes Sète (DI) 200 000 tonnes (2006) Montoir / Saint-Nazaire (DI) 250 000 tonnes (2007) *Coudekerque (DI) 250 000 tonnes (2008) *Bordeaux/Bassens (DI) 250 000 tonnes (2008) Le Mériot (DI) 250 000 tonnes (2007) Grand-Couronne (DI) 260 000 tonnes *Grand-Couronne 2 (DI) 250 000 tonnes (2008) Compiègne (DI) 100 000 tonnes (fin 2005) Compiègne 2 (DI) 100 000 tonnes (2006) raffineries dépôts site de production de Diester

28 Main working axes on oilseed rape for 2006-09 Increase Yield and oil content Secure yields –Weeds management (new solutions, cropping syst) –Durable management of resistances to pathogens (Leptosphaeria maculans) –Insects control –Relationship between oil content optimistion and nitrogen fertilisation

29 Main working axes on oilseed rape for 2006-09 Increase surfaces –New areas Energetic balance of production –Nitrogen nutrition Reduce production costs –Decision making tools for farmers Valorisation of subproducts –Meals : GLS, technology

30 Reduce Environmental impacts –Pesticides residues –Greenhouse effect gases Chemicals and genotypes testing Technical commuication –Web development Main working axes on oilseed rape for 2006-09


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