Informatie voor professionals in voedsel en groen

  • externe gebruiker (Let opwarning)
  • Log in as
  • Over Groenekennis

    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.

    Bronnen in Groenekennis kunnen direct opgevraagd worden via een geavanceerde zoekmachine met een 'google-achtige' interface. Met filters kan ingezoomd worden op diverse aspecten, zoals Trefwoord, Collectie, Jaar en Auteur. Bovendien biedt Groenekennis gebruikers de mogelijkheid om via de E-mail geattendeerd te worden op aanvullingen in specifieke vakgebieden.
    De Tijdschriftenlijst biedt een overzicht van tijdschriften waaruit de artikelen voor Groenekennis worden geselecteerd. Door te klikken op een titel krijgt u alle artikelen uit dat tijdschrift in de Groenekennis database getoond.
    Zoeken op kaart biedt een geografische ingang op de beschikbare publicaties over de binnen dit bestand onderscheiden gebieden.

    Groenekennis is onderdeel van het bibliotheeksysteem van WUR. Praktijkgerichte publicaties en rapporten van WUR komen daardoor automatisch beschikbaar. Daarnaast wordt de database doorlopend gevuld met voor het groen onderwijs bruikbare bronnen en artikelen, video’s en websites. Het percentage online is de laatste jaren gegroeid tot tweederde van de totale aanwas per jaar. Dit percentage groeit nog steeds.


Geselecteerd op:

Records 1 - 20 / 17518

  • help
  • uw selectie
  • export
    U kunt maximaal 250 titels exporteren. Verfijn uw zoekactie..
  • attendering
    Wij sturen u een mail met nieuwe resultaten voor deze zoekvraag: Collectie=ARTIKOK
Markeer titels om ze aan uw selectie toe te voegen
Sorteer op
Cold plasma in the meat industry \ Voedingsindustrie : vakblad [Artikel]
Verkleij, T. \ Nieuwland, M. \ 2018
A relatively new method for preventing infection by germs and product deterioration is the use of cold, atmospheric-pressure plasma. With this plasma, meat and meat products can be pasteurised non-thermally, creating new possibilities.
“It’s all about the right balance between yield and fruit weight” : Reijm learns from lighting concept with vertical LED lamps \ In greenhouses : the international magazine for greenhouse growers [Artikel]
Staalduinen, J. van \ 2018
Grow light is gaining ground among high-wire cucumber growers. Reijm & Zn in Berkel en Rodenrijs in the west of the Netherlands are among the many who have recently ventured into lit cultivation. “Lots of colleagues are exploring grow light in cucumb ...
New LED lamp rates highly in hybrid lighting trial : design offers other benefits besides efficient grow light \ In greenhouses : the international magazine for greenhouse growers [Artikel]
Staalduinen, J. van \ 2018
A trial with hybrid lighting (SON-T + LED) at Dutch tomato nursery Gebroeders Koot has yielded good results. The LED lamp used in the trial, which was developed on British soil with Dutch input, offers several advantages. One stand-out benefit is its ...
German company grows pot plants and bedding plants for upper segment : Jörg Wolter: “Only the best is good enough” \ In greenhouses : the international magazine for greenhouse growers [Artikel]
Lier, A. van \ Wolter, G. \ 2018
Quality is the top priority at Gärtnerei Wolter in Babenhausen, Germany, where Ute Gorges and Jörg Wolter specialise in supplying pot plants to the upper market segment. The siblings have adapted their growing strategy accordingly and have invested h ...
Mycosphaerella : pests & diseases in greenhouses \ In greenhouses : the international magazine for greenhouse growers [Artikel]
The fungus Mycosphaerella, also known as Didymella bryoniae, can cause serious problems, particularly in cucumber cultivation. It can infect leaves, stems, flowers and fruits. The fruits can be affected on the inside (internal fruit rot) and the outs ...
Crop protection products much more effective with adjuvants : new research into combinations of products and adjuvants \ In greenhouses : the international magazine for greenhouse growers [Artikel]
Velden, P. van \ 2018
Crop protection products are sometimes unfairly labelled as losing their efficacy against pests or diseases. On closer investigation it becomes clear that these products don’t always end up in the right place or are not being taken up properly. In th ...
“It works, but you need discipline to succeed” : Spraying nematodes to control thrips \ In greenhouses : the international magazine for greenhouse growers [Artikel]
Woerkom, M. van \ 2018
Thrips are one of the biggest threats chrysanthemum growers face. But this hasn’t put off River Flowers in the central Dutch town of Zaltbommel: they grow one of the most sensitive chrysanthemum varieties using integrated pest management. “It works, ...
Poor maintenance can slash life span of spray robot by half : spraying technique should be matched to the crop \ In greenhouses : the international magazine for greenhouse growers [Artikel]
Arkesteijn, M. \ 2018
In many large vegetable, flower and pot plant nurseries, a spray robot moves back and forth automatically along a pipe rail or monorail system. The spraying technique used should be matched to the crop. Techniques like on-demand spraying or the use o ...
Right light spectrum on bottom layer with half the energy : Phalaenopsis nursery opts for LED grow lights \ In greenhouses : the international magazine for greenhouse growers [Artikel]
Arkesteijn, M. \ 2018
The LED lamps in the light fittings underneath the top growing layer shine brightly on the plants in the cultivation greenhouse at phalaenopsis growers De Vreede in Bleiswijk in the west of the Netherlands. The light may look white but actually it’s ...
“Hygiene protocol and resistant varieties go hand-in-hand” : Battle against CGMMV being won in more and more countries \ In greenhouses : the international magazine for greenhouse growers [Artikel]
Velden, P. van \ 2018
If there’s one disease that’s the scourge of the cucumber world, it’s cucumber green model mosaic virus (CGMMV). But growers in the north-east Netherlands managed to rid their nurseries of this pernicious disease in just two years – by following a st ...
Need for resilient crop stimulates interest in silicon : One of few broad-spectrum plant boosters \ In greenhouses : the international magazine for greenhouse growers [Artikel]
Kierkels, T. \ 2018
The use of silicon fertilisers is clearly on the rise. Silicon can strengthen the resilience of the crop, and with an ever declining range of products available to growers, that’s very welcome. Insights are as yet limited and experiences vary, but ka ...
Ultra-thin glass: the way forward for the low-energy greenhouse? : Light weight, transparent, insulating – but too costly as yet \ In greenhouses : the international magazine for greenhouse growers [Artikel]
Hoogstraten, K. van \ 2018
Glass just 0.55 mm thick has been around for some time now. It’s on every mobile phone and tablet. It’s extremely light, strong and flexible – almost like plastic film. Could this be the material for the low-energy greenhouse of the future? What pote ...
Double screen plays key role in quest for uniform climate : Intensive use of screen system in Next Generation Growing \ In greenhouses : the international magazine for greenhouse growers [Artikel]
Velden, P. van \ 2018
Don’t throw away your old shoes before you get new ones – that’s an adage the Dutch sweet pepper grower Stephan Persoon firmly believes in. Now he and his cultivation manager Roel Klapwijk are putting out feelers in the direction of Next Generation G ...
Cleaning greenhouse glass regularly should be a no-brainer : Clean glass lets more light through \ In greenhouses : the international magazine for greenhouse growers [Artikel]
Rodenburg, J. \ 2018
Measurements in greenhouses reveal that light transmittance through the roof improves by around five percent after the annual clean. And it just so happens that light is the most important growth factor. What’s more, inadequate cleaning makes the gre ...
Site is set for success \ CowManagement [Artikel]
Porter, R. \ 2018
A 'seasonal’ diversification is set to add value to one Isle of Man- based dairy business. Will Cain, who farms in partnership with his parents Derek and Jane, runs an 80-cow herd at the southerly tip of the island, on coastal land. This spring he fi ...
Genomic results spell out heifers’ credentials and their likely role in the herd \ CowManagement [Artikel]
Wright, K. \ 2018
Genomic reports provide heifer ‘CVs’, well ahead of their start date in the milking herd. With a reliability of 70% – far higher than the parent average reliability at 35% – two producers explain why genomically testing heifers is now an integral par ...
Maize drives milk returns : Growing and feeding quality forage increases milk constituent yield \ CowManagement [Artikel]
Eades, P. \ 2018
Producing top-quality milk to meet a constituent-based contract starts with growing and feeding the best quality forage, for one Cornwall-based producer. We find out how he meets challenging growing conditions head on to ensure that he sees a good re ...
Fresh approach to the transition period : Focusing on the dry period has resulted in multiple benefits \ CowManagement [Artikel]
Goringe, L. \ 2018
Taking a more holistic approach to the transition period has led to significant improvements for one Dorset-based herd. Changes to management and feeding mean that cows and heifers now have a better start to their lactation.
One small change offers significant benefits : Improving forage quality and increasing attention to detail are key to success \ CowManagement [Artikel]
Ball, E. \ 2018
Taking first, and any subsequent, silage cuts earlier in the season has improved silage quality and herd performance on one Dorsetbased dairy unit. So what was the catalyst for making the change?
Sorting the wheat from the chaff : Breeding indexes provide a much-needed navigation tool for block-calving herds : main article \ CowManagement [Artikel]
Porter, R. \ 2018
We find out more about the latest index introduced by AHDB Dairy to help autumn-calving herds more easily identify bulls that will produce fertile daughters that perform well on winter rations.
Markeer titels om ze aan uw selectie toe te voegen
<< vorige | volgende >>

Toon 20 50 100 records per pagina


To support researchers to publish their research Open Access, deals have been negotiated with various publishers. Depending on the deal, a discount is provided for the author on the Article Processing Charges that need to be paid by the author to publish an article Open Access. A discount of 100% means that (after approval) the author does not have to pay Article Processing Charges.

For the approval of an Open Access deal for an article, the corresponding author of this article must be affiliated with Wageningen University & Research.

U moet eerst inloggen om gebruik te maken van deze service. Login als Wageningen University & Research user of guest user rechtsboven op deze pagina.