Geneviève Telmosse, biol., B.Sc.

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Crop management study lead

My work involves leading research for field crops at the Normandin Research Farm, supporting AAFC’s national genetic enhancement network and working with other research centres as well as regional and national agricultural organizations.

Current research and/or projects

My work aims to increase productivity, build knowledge, and address threats to the value chain through 1) assessment of field crop agronomic management, 2) trials of varieties and lines, and 3) development of pest control methods suited to the northern climate.

Research and/or project statements

- Enhancement of field crop agronomic management from the perspective of northern climates and climate change

- Trials of varieties and lines at the plot scale

- Development of strategies for overcoming problems related to crop pest and northern climate

Education and awards

Environmental and Wildlife Management, Cégep de Saint-Laurent, 2016

 - Cégep de Saint-Laurent Foundation – First-class honours distinction, 2017

 - Cégep de Saint-Laurent Foundation – Excellence scholarship, 2017

B.Sc. in biology, Université du Québec à Chicoutimi (UQAC), 2020

 - Canadian Society of Soil Science – Student Book Award, 2017

 - UQAC Development Fund Scholarship – Mid-term excellence, 2017

M.Sc. in renewable ressources, Université du Québec à Chicoutimi, in progress


Key publications

Crop management effects on saprotroph and ericoid mycorrhizal fungi in a wild blueberry commercial field (in preparation)



Member of Laboratoire d'écologie végétale et animale of Université du Québec à Chicoutimi (UQAC)



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