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Plant Health Bulletins (PHB)

Note that PHB is named Bulletins de Santé du Végétal (BSV) in french.

This projet belongs to the task archive of the french project untitled VESPA (Value and optimization of epidemiosurveillance devices in a sustainable crop protection strategy) leading by INRA.

One of the goals of the task archive was to build an open archive of Plant Health Bulletins (PHB). A PHB is an information document, both technical and regulatory in nature, written under the responsibility of a regional epidemiological surveillance committee. A PHB gathers information about the health status of crops. It first presents pest risk analysis, and it is also used to disseminate regulatory information (mandatory control order, national notes, regulation evolution, etc.) and non-regulatory information (description of pest biology or prophylactic methods, such as management of intercropping, tillage, choice of cultivars, etc.).

This archive contains some PHBs published after 2009.

The data are available under the french open licence of etalab https://www.etalab.gouv.fr/licence-ouverte-open-licence. This licence it is compatible with the «Open Government Licence» (OGL) of the United Kingdom, the «Creative Commons Attribution 2.0» (CC-BY 2.0) licence of Creative Commons and the «Open Data Commons Attribution» (ODC-BY) licence of the Open Knowledge Foundation.

Publications

C. ROUSSEY, S. BERNARD, F. PINET, X. REBOUD, V. CELLIER, I. SIVADON, D. SIMONNEAU, A-L. BOURIGAULT. A Methodology for the Publication of Agricultural Alert Bulletins as LOD. in Computers and Electronics in Agriculture. Volume 142, Part B, November 2017, p. 632-650. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.compag.2017.10.022 URL: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0168169917306361

C. ROUSSEY, S. BERNARD, F. PINET, X. REBOUD, V. CELLIER. Gestion Sémantique des Bulletins de Santé du Végétal dans le projet Vespa. Dans les Actes de l'atelier IN-OVIVE adossé à la conférence IC, du 7 juin 2016, Montpellier, France. Cette publication présente le modèle d'annotation utilisé pour les archives des BSV produite par Irstea dans le projet Vespa. Les différentes étapes de la constitution de cette archive sont aussi décrites.

C. ROUSSEY, S. BERNARD. Annotation des Bulletins de Santé du Végétal. Dans les Actes du 7ème Atelier Recherche d'Information Sémantique RISE 2015 @IC 2015, 30 juin 2015, Rennes, France. 12 pages. disponible sur le site de RISE

C. ROUSSEY, J-P. CHANET, S. BERNARD. Les Bulletins de Santé du Végétal : spécification d’une base d’annotations pour la recherche d’information sémantique en français. Dans les Actes de l'atelier Recherche d'Information SEmantique, RISE 2013 associé à la Plate-forme IA 2013 (PFIA 2013) et aux 24ème journées d'Ingéniérie des Connaissances (IC 2013), 1 juillet 2013, Lille, France, p 52-61. disponible sur le site de RISE

Access to SPARQL End Point

Access with a Web browser

Access for developer using their own SPARQL client

Access with a SPARQL client available at http://ontology.irstea.fr/bsv/sparql

Query examples

A web page define some SPARQL queries.

Thesaurus FrenchCropUsage

To access PHB a french thesaurus has been developed called FrenchCropUsage. This is a thesaurus of types of crops, organized according to their destination (direct human food, animal feed, food industry, etc) and the type of culture system (field crop, market gardening, etc.). This thesaurus represents the French point of view. More information are available at Thesaurus FrenchCropUsage

New PHB annotations

The annotations of the PHB will be improved during the D2KAB project. We will describe precisely the crop observations described in the content of the PHB. These new annotations correspond to the information needs of the agronomists specified in the VESPA project. The next page presents these information needs expressed in the form of competency questions and the corresponding SPARQL queries.

Agronomist information needs

Weather data

BSV

AgronomicTaxon

AgroTechnoPôle

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