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Welcome to IGEPP Research unit

IGEPP, the Institute for Genetics, Environment and Plant Protection, is a joint research unit tackling important societal challenges in Agronomy by defending agriculture practices leading to the limitation of pesticides and fertilizers uses, and by protecting and using biodiversity.

IGEPP gathers experts from INRA, AGROCAMPUS OUEST and University of Rennes 1, and welcomes and trains young people to the different trades in research.

IGEPP is located in Western France, only 2 hours from Paris, in one of the largest and most important agronomical regions in Europe. Its facilities are in 5 locations.

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