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Record number 435727
Title Agricultural scenarios to reduce the national phosphorus surplus in the Netherlands
Author(s) Buck, A.J. de; Dijk, W. van; Middelkoop, J.C. van; Smit, A.L.; Reuler, H. van; Evers, A.G.
Source Lelystad : PPO AGV (PPO rapport PPO nr. 466)
Department(s) Team Bodemkwaliteit
PPO AGV Team Bodemkwaliteit
LR - Environment
PPO/PRI AGRO Duurzame Bedrijfssystemen
Nursery Stock
LR - Innovation Processes
Publication type Research report
Publication year 2012
Keyword(s) landbouw - fosformeststoffen - mestbeleid - fosfor - voedingsstoffenbalans - mineraalovermaat - inventarisaties - scenario-analyse - veevoeding - nederland - agriculture - phosphorus fertilizers - manure policy - phosphorus - nutrient balance - mineral excess - inventories - scenario analysis - livestock feeding - netherlands
Categories Agricultural Economics (General) / Environmental Protection
Abstract The national phosphorus balance can be made more sustainable by reducing the accumulation of phosphorus in agricultural soils and by increasing recycling from waste streams. This study investigated different scenarios for reduction of the national soil surplus on agricultural land. The focus was on scenarios that will not compel agriculture in the Netherlands to change radically e.g. reduction of phosphorus fertilisation levels and reducing animal phosphorus excretion by improving feeding efficiency while maintaining national milk and meat production levels.
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