Vegetable production

Vegetable production

It is the set of techniques relating to the cultivation of plants (plants, vegetables, fruits) and from which various consumer products are derived

Faculty of

Agronomic Science

Training duration

3 years (Bachelor) 5 years (Master)

Training objectives

This program forms specialists in all areas of the cultivation such as market gardening, perennial, leguminous, fodder, cereal and oilseed plants. 

Key Subjects
Teaching gives an important place to the agronomic potential of the soil, fertilizer and amendment inputs, plant biology, plant physiology, conservation, storage of agricultural products, genetic improvement of plants, plant pathology and agricultural experimentation. 

Educational Material 

– 1 plant production application farm of 250 hectares
– 1 library
– Laboratories
– Practical work rooms 

Key Skills 

– Define yield and quality objectives as well as the  
    production schedule.
– Master the basics of plant production.
– Provide knowledgeable advice to existing farmers.
– Take care of the total overhaul of a cultivation system.
– Maitriser des outils informatiques de base.
– Master basic IT tools.
– Team work. 
– Entrepreneurship.

– Setting up on one’s own account (agricultural entrepreneur).
– Farm manager
– Manager of input distribution structures.
– Head of laboratory analysis unit.
– Adviser in soil fertilization management.
– Quality controller of food and perennial crops.
– Technician in management and conservation of post-harvest stocks.

What are the requirements to enroll in Plant Production?

  • First year : Hold a Baccalaureate C – D – E – F or equivalent

  • Master 1 : On file and interview for holders of a foreign diploma of minimum BAC+3 level

  • Master 2 : On file, after agreement of the formator and on the advice of the UFR council, for students holding an M1 level validated in an agronomic course