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    Groenekennis - Informatie voor professionals in voedsel en groen

    Groenekennis bevat artikelen uit vaktijdschriften, rapporten, video’s, presentaties, posters en websites op het gebied van landbouw, visserij, groene ruimte en voeding. Groenekennis wordt dagelijks bijgewerkt en bevat ongeveer 500.000 bronnen.

    Groenekennis is de globale view over diverse deelbestanden. Groenekennis is gevuld met alle informatie uit Groen Kennisnet, de Hydrotheek, Tuinpad, IB archief, ARTIK, bioKennis, Kennisbank Plantaardige bronnen, Kennisbank Zeldzame landbouwhuisdieren en afgesloten documentatiebestanden zoals Land Bodem Water en Consumenten- en huishoudstudies.

    Groen Kennisnet is een zeer belangrijk onderdeel van Groenekennis. De doelstelling van Groen Kennisnet is kennis delen op het gebied van Voedsel en Groen te bevorderen en te faciliteren voor een breed publiek.

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Organic substrate for transplant production in organic nurseries. A review \ Agronomy for sustainable development / Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique (INRA) [Artikel]
Pascual, J.A. \ Ceglie, F. \ Tuzel, Y. \ Koller, M. \ Koren, A. \ Hitchings, R. \ Tittarelli, F. \ 2018
A transplant can be defined as a seedling or sprouted vegetative propagation material grown in a substrate or in the field, for transfer to the final cropping site. Nurseries use a range of growing media in the production of transplants, and the qual ...
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Induced plant defences in biological control of arthropod pests: a double-edged sword \ Pest management science / Society of Chemical Industry [Artikel]
Pappas, M.L. \ Broekgaarden, C. \ Broufas, G.D. \ Kant, M.R. \ Messelink, G.J. \ Steppuhn, A. \ Wäckers, F. \ Dam, N.M. van \ 2017
Biological control is an important ecosystem service delivered by natural enemies. Together with breeding for plant defence, it constitutes one of the most promising alternatives to pesticides for controlling herbivores in sustainable crop production ...
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The optimization of nitrogen dosages on cucumber plants grown in greenhouse [Presentatie]
Altuntas, O. \ Yildiz Dasgan, H. \ 2017
Nitrogen (N) is one of the most important nutrients affecting the growth, development, yield and fruit quality of plants. The most important missing point in plant nutrition is the nutrition of the nitrogen, which is the mostly-used nutrient by plant ...
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Effect of lignin-rich crop residues on the viability of Verticillium in organic greenhouse soils [Boek]
Janmaat, L. \ Cuijpers, W. \ França, S. \ Debode, J. \ Hospers, M. \ 2017
Verticilium dahliae is an increasing problem in Dutch organic greenhouses. up to 29 percent crop loss. Sweet pepper, sometimes eggplant. Disease complex with Meloidogyne incognita. Limited results of soil desinfestation. Unpredictable outbreaks of di ...
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Assessment of crop water status by means of crop reflectance [Presentatie]
Elvanidi, A. \ 2017
Organic greenhouse cultivation : alternative method of production. The increased concern of consumers about food safety and environmental pollution led to an increase of organic greenhouse production.
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Could the artificial inoculation of AM fungi improve the benefits of using pea (Pissum sativum L) plants for soil amendment purposes in greenhouses? [Presentatie]
Meça, E. \ Sallaku, G. \ Balliu, A. \ 2017
Salinity - a common and most severe environmental stressor in agriculture. reduces the osmotic potential of the soil solution and consequently reduces the amount of water available to the plant causing physiological drought; induce cell toxicity due ...
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Resilience and sustainability in organic greenhouse horticulture: role of crop rotations and biodiversity [Presentatie]
Rayns, F. \ 2016
Crop rotations : to prevent a build up of pests and diseases, to assist with weed control, to build soil fertility (particularly when legumes are included), to balance the uptake of nutrients from the soil (differing crop requirements and rooting dep ...
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Potential energy cost and footprint reduction in Mediterranean greenhouses by means of renewable energy use [Presentatie]
Tripanagnostopoulos, Y. \ Katsoulas, N. \ Kittas, C. \ 2016
Photovoltaics can be used to supply a part of energy demand in electricity, heat and lighting of greenhouses. We studied the integration of a PV system on a greenhouse roof for electricity production, to determine the effects on energy needs and to c ...
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Soil fertility management in high and less intensive NW-European (moderate climate) OGH systems [Presentatie]
Möller, K. \ 2016
Outline: Main characteristics of OGH systems in Central Europe, Technical features and productivity levels, Main crops and crop rotations, Soil fertility management, Main constraints and bottlenecks, Knowledge gaps/challenges.
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Optimising fruit load and stem density of organic tomato grown under a semi-closed greenhouse [Presentatie]
Perron, B. \ Halleux, D. de \ Vallières, M. \ Bélanger, F. \ Dorais, M. \ 2016
Presentation about research. Aim of the research: Compare density and fruit load treatments in a semi-closed greenhouse context by analysing yield, fruit size, crop growth, climate parameters and fruit quality.
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Winter harvest : organic vegetable production in unheated greenhouses in Central Europe [Poster]
Palme, W. \ Stopper, E. \ 2016
During winter time many greenhouses and polytunnels in Central Europe stay unused. Alternatively they are heated with fossil fuels which means high input of unsustainable energy. Imports from southern countries meet demand of fresh vegetables during ...
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Use resources wisely: waste management and organic liquid fertilizer use in greenhouse production system [Presentatie]
Kacira, M. \ Jensen, M. \ Robie, T. \ Tollefson, S. \ Giacomelli, G. \ 2016
Greenhouse areas in major greenhouse production countries in the world.
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Vegan organic horticulture : standards, challenges, socio-economics and impact on global food security [Presentatie]
Schmutz, U. \ Foresi, L. \ 2016
Outline: background and definitions, status-quo of vegan organic production, standards for vegan organic horticulture: discussion and critique, discussion: vegan organic and food security, conclusions.
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Comparing the usefulness of assessment tools for environmental impacts evaluation of organic greenhouse horticulture [Presentatie]
Schmutz, U. \ 2016
Tools described: Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) and Social Life Cycle Assessment (S-LCA), Social Impact Assessment (SIA), Social Return on Investment Methodology (SROI), SMART - Sustainability monitoring and assessment routines, Public Goods tool (PG), ...
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Turkish Society for Horticultural Science [Presentatie]
Gül, A. \ 2016
Presentation about the Turkish Society for Horticultural Science, history, symposia.
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Activity and bioformulation of Trichoderma harzianum for management of tomato diseases caused by soilborne pathogens [Presentatie]
Yucel, S. \ Karacanci, S. \ Ay, T. \ 2016
Tomato is an important crop in Turkey with total production of 11.8 million tons (183000 ha). The major factors restricting greenhouse tomato production are the soilborne pathogens and nematodes in the Eastern Mediterranean region of Turkey. Greenhou ...
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Bio stimulant and suppressive effect of Trichoderma harzianum enriched compost for melon cultivation from greenhouse nursery to field production [Boek]
Pascual, J.A. \ Bernal-Vicente, A. \ Martinez-Medina, A. \ Rosa, M. \ Sanchez, C. \ 2016
Agriculture: It is need to feed crops but also soil to permit its future use. It is need to control plant diseases and pests to be productive. It is also need to prevent or reduce the disease incidence. It was/is solved by using chemical fertilizers ...
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The effect of different training systems on greenhouse organic tomato culture [Presentatie]
Özer, H. \ Kutay Saka, A. \ Seyma Saribas, H. \ 2016
Presentation about research in greenhouse tomato production. The present study was conducted to investigate the effects of different training systems on growth and yield in undercover organic tomato culture.
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Performance of greenhouse tomato under compost and other mulch types [Presentatie]
Abubaker, S. \ 2016
Fertilization types and materials used as mulches are considered key soil management practices for crops production. Mulch is any material applied to the soil surface for protection or improvement of the area covered. Mulching provides an important m ...
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Effects of different planting systems and distances on the yield and quality of greenhouse organic tomato growing [Presentatie]
Kutay Saka, A. \ Uzun, S. \ 2016
In the cultivation of organic tomatoes, planting systems and row spacing play a significant role in order to minimize the diseases and to increase the yield and the fruit quality in greenhouses. Adjusting the row spacing is extremely vital in organic ...
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