Christine Landry, researcher

Christine Landry

Researcher, agr., Ph.D.

418 643-2380
ext 640

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About

Christine Landry (agr., Ph.D.) earned a doctoral degree in renewable resources from the Faculty of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences at McGill University in 2009. She also holds a bachelor's degree in biology from Université de Sherbrooke, a bachelor's degree in agronomy (specialization in soils and the environment) and a master's degree in the physiology of crop yields from Université Laval. From 1993 to 2002 Christine held various research-related positions at Université Laval, including at the horticultural research centre, and as a teaching assistant in the agronomy department laboratory. She has a keen interest in teaching, and every summer she hosts internships for students seeking their first experience in agri-environmental research. Christine has been employed at IRDA since 2003 as a researcher in chemistry and soil fertility. She works on the preparation of fertilization reference charts and the development of control protocols for optimizing soil fertility and biomass conversion.

Area(s) of Expertise

  • Soil chemistry and biology in connection with nitrogen and phosphorus soil fertility (dynamics of N and P, P specialization, mycorrhizal action)
  • Fertilization charts
  • Soil conservation practices
  • Biomass conversion (slurry, treated slurry fractions)
  • Nutrient dynamics under irrigation

Related research project(s)

2013-2018 • Market gardening

NPK fertilizer trials for beets on mineral soils in Québec

This project was aimed at determining the nutrient needs of beets based on soil texture and phosphorus and potassium levels under Québec growing conditions.

Researcher: Christine Landry

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Christine Landry
2013-2017 • Field crops

NPK fertilizer trials on barley on mineral soils in Québec

The aim of this project was to gather data on the nutritional requirements of barley to better equip producers, extension agents, and other industry stakeholders.

Researcher: Christine Landry

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Christine Landry
2013-2017 • Field crops

NPK fertilizer trials for oat crops on mineral soils in Québec

The aim of this project was to gather data on the nutritional requirements of oats to better equip producers, extension agents, and other industry stakeholders.

Researcher: Christine Landry

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Christine Landry
2017-2019 • Livestock production

Field tests on the nitrogen efficiency coefficient and nitrogen release period of pelleted laying hen manure on grain corn and oat crops

This project will determine the nitrogen efficiency coefficient (EC) of pelleted laying hen manure, a source that is interesting an increasing number of growers, both organic and conventional, because of its efficiency.

Researcher: Christine Landry

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Christine Landry
2016-2017

Field tests on the potential of pelleted grocery fruit and vegetable waste as fertilizer and animal feed

The purpose of this project was to field-test pelleted grocery fruit and vegetable waste as a fertilizer or high-carbon soil amendment.

Researcher: Christine Landry

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Christine Landry

Revising the MAPAQ fertilization reference charts

IRDA—in its capacity as the authorized representative tasked with revising the MAPAQ fertilization reference charts—will plan, coordinate, and monitor all activities involved in updating these charts.

Researcher: Christine Landry

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Christine Landry

Publications

See also

Mylène Marchand-Roy

Research Assistant

418 643-2380
ext 646

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Sébastien Rougerie-Durocher, Project Manager - Modelling of Cropping Systems

Sébastien Rougerie-Durocher

Project Manager - Modelling of Cropping Systems, M.Sc.

450 653-7368
ext 354

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Nyck Rochel Occean

Research Assistant

450 653-7368
ext 652

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