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Uitzicht op groener aanzicht door wetenschappelijk inzicht : Vijf argumenten om surfactants te gebruiken
Oostindie, K. ; Dekker, L.W. ; Geissen, V. ; Wesseling, J.G. ; Ritsema, C.J. - \ 2014
Greenkeeper 25 (2014)1. - ISSN 1386-2499 - p. 54 - 57.
golfbanen - bodemwater - waterafstotende gronden - bevochtigbaarheid - zandgronden - emissiereductie - veluwe - golf courses - soil water - water repellent soils - wettability - sandy soils - emission reduction
Op fairway 10 van golfclub ‘De Rosendaelsche’ bij Arnhem onderzochten we de effecten van het toedienen van de surfactant Revolution op de bevochtiging van de zandbovengrond en het aanzicht van het gras. Hierbij werd aandacht besteed aan de waterafstotendheid van de bodem. Ook werd gekeken of op deze manier de vorming van – voor het milieu nadelige – preferente stroming kon worden voorkomen. Bovendien werd nagegaan of er een verbetering van de stikstofhuishouding tot stand kwam.
Effects of Revolution on soil wetting, turf performance and nitrogen efficiency of a fairway prone to soil water repellency
Oostindie, K. ; Dekker, L.W. ; Geissen, V. ; Ritsema, C.J. - \ 2013
Wageningen : Alterra (Alterra special report ) - 70
zandgronden - waterafstotende gronden - bodemwater - bevochtigbaarheid - golfbanen - stikstof - emissiereductie - veluwe - proefprojecten - sandy soils - water repellent soils - soil water - wettability - golf courses - nitrogen - emission reduction - pilot projects
This study reports on the effects of applications of the surfactant Revolution on soil wetting and turf performance of fairway 10 of the Rosendaelsche Golfclub, located near Arnhem, The Netherlands. In addition, the influence of Revolution on soil water repellency and the nitrogen contents in grass leaves, roots and upper 18 cm of the soil profile was investigated. The sandy soil of the fairway exhibits a water repellent behavior resulting in a lot of localized dry spots and poor turf quality, especially during dry periods in spring and summer. The influence of the treatments on the wetting of the soil was studied by measuring the volumetric water content with a hand-held Time Domain Reflectometry (TDR) probe. Actual water repellency was assessed by putting water drops at regular distances along soil cores which were taken to a depth of 25 cm with a small, 1.5 cm diameter auger. The 4 plots treated with Revolution had overall higher soil water contents, less water repellency and a better grass performance than the 4 untreated plots. The application of Revolution had no evident influence upon the total nitrogen concentration in the leaves and roots of the grass vegetation. However, the mean amounts of total nitrogen in the grass leaves from the Revolution treated plots were respectively, 27.7% and 11% higher than in those from the untreated plots on 9 July and 15 August. The higher amounts are due to the larger amounts of plant tissue present on the columns sampled from the treated plots. The mean concentrations N-(NO3+NO2) in the topsoil samples from the treated plots were on 9 July 29.3% and on 15 August 54.5% higher in comparison with the untreated plots. The mean concentration N- NH4 was in the topsoil samples from the treated plot 27.8% higher than from the untreated plots on 15 August. Since microbial mediated N mineralization is affected by moisture content, the higher N concentrations in the soil are thought to be related to the higher and more homogeneous moisture levels in the treated versus untreated plots. Applications of the soil surfactant Revolution resulted in dramatically improved soil wetting and turf performance. In addition to improved moisture availability, the better turf performance is likely affected by the increased plant available N in the soil which resulted from the more desirable and uniform moisture levels. These results are of interest for management of turfgrass with lower water and fertilizer inputs.
Effects of three surfactants on soil wetting and turf performance of a fairway at the Dutch golf course de Pan
Oostindie, K. ; Dekker, L.W. - \ 2009
Wageningen : Alterra (Alterra-report 1819) - 84
golfbanen - bodemwater - sensors - waterafstotende gronden - oppervlaktespanningsverlagende stoffen - utrechtse heuvelrug - golf courses - soil water - water repellent soils - surfactants
This study reports about the applications of soil surfactants to reduce the occurrence of water repellency and to improve the soil wetting of the fairways 5, 7, 11, and 18 of golf course De Pan, located at Bosch en Duin near Utrecht, The Netherlands. The sandy soil of the fairways exhibits a water repellent behavior resulting in a lot of localized dry spots during dry periods in spring and summer. The influence of the treatments on the wetting of the soil was studied by measuring the volumetric water content with a hand-held Time Domain Reflectometry (TDR) probe
Het optimaliseren van de bevochtiging van een golfbaan
Oostindie, K. ; Wesseling, J.G. ; Dekker, L.W. ; Ritsema, C.J. - \ 2008
Greenkeeper 4 (2008). - ISSN 1386-2499 - p. 23 - 25.
golfbanen - zandgronden - bodemwater - sensors - waterafstotende gronden - infiltratie - utrechtse heuvelrug - golf courses - sandy soils - soil water - water repellent soils - infiltration
Veel zandbovengronden met een grasvegetatie hebben waterafstotende eigenschappen. Deze hydrofobe eigenschappen komen naar voren waneer het vochtgehalte van de grond beneden een kritieke grens daalt. Na het bereiken van deze grens zal de infiltratiesnelheid van neerslag en beregeningswater sterk afnemen. De indringing van het water gaat dan ongelijkmatig en er ontstaan preferente stroombanen in de grond en grote verschillen in vochtgehalte. Op golfbaan ´De Pan´ in Bosch en Duin onderzochten we de effecten van het toedienen van een surfactant op de bevochtiging en de variatie van het vochtgehalte in de bovenste laag van een fairway. Ook werd onderzocht of hiermee het ontstaan van waterafstotendheid in de bovengrond en de vorming van (voor het milieu nadelige) preferente stroming kon worden voorkomen.
Ecology of tree roots in substrates of The Hague
Arhipova, L. ; Spijker, J.H. ; Kopinga, J. - \ 2007
Wageningen : Alterra (Alterra-rapport 1590) - 111
wortels - straatbomen - stedelijke gebieden - groeimedia - rizosfeer - substraten - bodemdegradatie - kationenuitwisselingcapaciteit - waterafstotende gronden - hydrofobiciteit - nederland - zuid-holland - roots - street trees - urban areas - growing media - rhizosphere - substrates - soil degradation - cation exchange capacity - water repellent soils - hydrophobicity - netherlands
The ecology of uniformly and non-uniformly distributed roots in layered and/or heterogeneous substrates, especially sand-peat-clay mixes, have been studied from literature and through a case study. There is a strong interaction between soil layering and/or heterogeneity and local root growth and local branching rate. In principle, the minimum area of root surface that a plant needs is very low. Real situations have much higher root surface areas for several reasons, one being the absence of synchronisation and synlocation of supply and demand of nutrients and water
Influence of surfactant applications on the wettability of a dune sand with grass cover: long-term effect of Primerr604 and short-term effect of ACA 1897
Oostindie, K. ; Dekker, L.W. ; Ritsema, C.J. - \ 2003
Wageningen : Alterra (Alterra-report 659) - 54
duinzand - neerslag - infiltratie - waterafstotende gronden - oppervlaktespanningsverlagende stoffen - bodemwater - dehydratie - dune sand - precipitation - infiltration - water repellent soils - surfactants - soil water - dehydration
Simulation of soil water regimes including pedotransfer functions and land-use related preferential flow
Sonneveld, M.P.W. ; Backx, M.A.H.M. ; Bouma, J. - \ 2003
Geoderma 112 (2003). - ISSN 0016-7061 - p. 97 - 110.
bodemwater - hydraulisch geleidingsvermogen - waterafstotende gronden - modellen - soil water - hydraulic conductivity - water repellent soils - models - repellent sandy soil - unsaturated soil - movement
Differences in land use history among taxonomically identical soils often result in different hydraulic properties, derived from either laboratory measurements or pedotransfer functions (PTFs). Additionally, flow mechanisms in sandy soils may also change through differences in water repellency associated with land use history. The soil water regimes for three sandy soils of the same taxonomic unit and under pasture but with differences in land use history were simulated. The land use histories were old grassland (site A), recently reseeded grassland (site B) and previous maize-cultivated land (site C). Degrees of water repellency, as indicated by the Water Drop Penetration Time (WDPT) test, were found to be highest for the topsoil of sites A and B. Initial simulations, using continuous pedotransfer functions to derive the Mualem-Van Genuchten parameters, corresponded poorly with field measurements (TDR). Additional laboratory measurements did not result in a better correspondence. Taking account of preferential flow in sites A and B, using the mobile/immobile concept, improved modelling performance significantly. Model simulations for a limited time period showed that water storage in the top 50 cm was on average 59 mm higher for site C compared with site A, and 23 mm higher for site B compared with site A. Downward fluxes at 50-cm depth were especially larger for site A compared with sites B and C. (C) 2002 Elsevier Science B.V All rights reserved.
Advances in understanding and managing water repellent soils
Kostka, S.J. ; Dekker, L.W. ; Oostindie, K. ; Ritsema, C.J. ; Miller, C.M. ; Karcher, D.E. - \ 2002
In: Understanding and addressing conservation and recycled water irrigation; 2002 conference proceedings. S.l., Irrigation Association/Omnipress, 2002, 8 pp. (cd-rom)
bodembeheer - bodemfysica - bodemvocht - hydrofobie - waterafstotende gronden - zandgronden - Europa - Nederland - Verenigde Staten - Australië
Water repellency occurs in most irrigated soils, but is most pronounced in coarse sands and sandy soils due to accumulation of hydrophobic compounds on soil particles or to physiochemical changes in soil organic matter. As soils dry, hydrophobic compounds polymerize and water repellency increases. Once a critical moisture content is reached soils shift from wettable to non-wettable, impacting infiltration and unsaturated flow in affected soils, and consequently water use efficiency and turf quality. Surfactant formulations were evaluated on water repellent or susceptible soils at diverse test locations in the United States, the Netherlands and Australia. Treatments reduced water repellency (measured as water drop penetration time), shifted critical moisture content, improved temporal infiltration rate of applied irrigation water, and increased rootzone volumetric water content.
Effects of surfactant applications and irrigations on the wetting of a dune sand with grass cover
Oostindie, K. ; Dekker, L.W. ; Ritsema, C.J. - \ 2002
Wageningen : Alterra (Alterra-rapport 540) - 88
waterafstotende gronden - oppervlaktespanningsverlagende stoffen - tijdsdomeinreflectometrie - bodemwatergehalte - duinzand - duingraslanden - irrigatie - bodemfysica - bodemvocht - hydrofobie - water repellent soils - surfactants - time domain reflectometry - soil water content - dune sand - dune grasslands - irrigation
Investigation of compounds causing water repellency in the rhizosphere of sandy soils from a wide range of locations
Doerr, S.H. ; Llewellyn, C.T. ; Douglas, P. ; Morley, C.P. ; Haskins, C. ; Johnsey, L. ; Ritsema, C.J. ; Stagnitti, F. ; Ferreira, A.J.D. - \ 2002
In: Soil science: confronting new realities in the 21st century; 17 world congress of soil science; 14-21 August 2002, Bangkok, Thailand. S.l., s.n. [2002], paper 1520, 11 pp. (cd-rom)
bodemfysica - hydrofobie - waterafstotende gronden - wortelzone - zandgronden
Principles and modeling of preferential flow dynamics in water repellent porous media
Ritsema, C.J. ; Dam, J.C. van; Dekker, L.W. ; Oostindie, K. - \ 2002
In: Soil science: confronting new realities in the 21st century. - - p. 1 - 14.
waterafstotende gronden - bodemwater - afstoting - modellen - bodemfysica - bodemvocht - hydrofobie - preferente stroming - water repellent soils - soil water - repellency - models
Occurrence and causes of preferential flow in Dutch, Greek and Spanish soils
Dekker, L.W. ; Oostindie, K. ; Moral García, F.J. ; Ziogas, A.K. ; Ritsema, C.J. - \ 2002
In: Soil science: confronting new realities in the 21st century; 17 world congress of soil science; 14-21 August 2002, Bangkok, Thailand. S.l., s.n. [2002], paper 432, 8 pp. (cd-rom)
bodemfysica - bodemvocht - hydrofobie - preferente stroming - waterafstotende gronden - Europa - Nederland - Griekenland - Spanje
Investigation of compounds causing water repellency in the rhizosphere of sandy soils from a wide range of locations
Doerr, S.H. ; Llewellyn, C.T. ; Douglas, P. ; Morley, C.P. ; Haskins, C. ; Johnsey, L. ; Ritsema, C.J. ; Stagnitti, F. ; Ferreira, A.J.D. - \ 2002
In: Soil science: confronting new realities in the 21st century; 17th world congress of soil science; 14-21 August 2002, Bangkok, Thailand. S.l., s.n. [2002]. Abstracts Vol. 1 - p. 194 - 194.
bodemfysica - hydrofobie - waterafstotende gronden - wortelzone - zandgronden
Pore and Darcy scale interactions of preferential flow in hydrophobic soils
Steenhuis, T.S. ; Crist, J. ; Throop, J.A. ; Throop, J.Y. ; Bauters, T.W.J. ; Nectarios, P. ; Nieber, J.L. ; Dekker, L.W. ; Ritsema, C.J. ; Dicarlo, D.A. - \ 2002
In: Soil science: confronting new realities in the 21st century; 17th world congress of soil science; 14-21 August 2002, Bangkok, Thailand. S.l., s.n. [2002]. Abstracts Vol. 1 - p. 36 - 36.
bodemfysica - hydrofobie - preferente stroming - waterafstotende gronden
Principles and modeling of preferential flow dynamics in water repellent porous media
Ritsema, C.J. ; Dam, J.C. van; Dekker, L.W. ; Oostindie, K. - \ 2002
In: Soil science: confronting new realities in the 21st century; 17th world congress of soil science; 14-21 August 2002, Bangkok, Thailand. S.l., s.n. [2002]. Abstracts Vol. 1 - p. 31 - 31.
bodemfysica - bodemvocht - hydrofobie - preferente stroming - waterafstotende gronden
Occurrence and causes of preferential flow in Dutch, Greek and Spanish soils
Dekker, L.W. ; Oostindie, K. ; Moral García, F.J. ; Ziogas, A.K. ; Ritsema, C.J. - \ 2002
In: Soil science: confronting new realities in the 21st century; 17th world congress of soil science; 14-21 August 2002, Bangkok, Thailand. S.l., s.n. [2002]. Abstracts Vol. 1 - p. 12 - 12.
bodemfysica - bodemvocht - hydrofobie - preferente stroming - waterafstotende gronden - Europa - Nederland - Griekenland - Spanje
Preferential flow in sand, loam, clay, and peat soils
Dekker, L.W. ; Ritsema, C.J. ; Oostindie, K. - \ 2002
In: Soil science: past, present and future; proceedings of the joint meeting of the Czech Society of Soil Science and the Soil Science Society of America and international conference of the Czech Society of Soil Science. Prague (Czechia), Czech University of Agriculture, 2002 / Boruvka, L., - p. 225 - 230.
bodemfysica - bodemkunde - preferente stroming - waterafstotende gronden
Monitoring and modeling of preferential flow in water repellent sandy soils
Ritsema, C.J. ; Dam, J.C. van; Nieber, J.L. ; Dekker, L.W. ; Oostindie, K. ; Steenhuis, T.S. - \ 2002
In: Soil science: past, present and future; proceedings of the joint meeting of the Czech Society of Soil Science and the Soil Science Society of America and international conference of the Czech Society of Soil Science. Prague (Czechia), Czech University of Agriculture, 2002 / Boruvka, L., - p. 231 - 235.
monitoring - bodemfysica - bodemkunde - preferente stroming - simulatiemodel - waterafstotende gronden
Monitoring and modeling of preferential flow in water repellent sandy soils
Ritsema, C.J. ; Dam, J.C. van; Nieber, J.L. ; Dekker, L.W. ; Oostindie, K. ; Steenhuis, T.S. - \ 2001
In: Soil science: past, present and future; book of abstracts; joint meeting of the Czech Society of Soil Science and the Soil Science Society of America and international conference of the Czech Society of Soil Science. Prague (Czechia), Czech University of Agriculture, 2001 / Boruvka, L., - p. 73 - 73.
monitoring - bodemfysica - bodemkunde - preferente stroming - simulatiemodel - waterafstotende gronden
Preferential flow in sand, loam, clay, and peat soils
Dekker, L.W. ; Ritsema, C.J. ; Oostindie, K. - \ 2001
In: Soil science: past, present and future; book of abstracts; joint meeting of the Czech Society of Soil Science and the Soil Science Society of America and international conference of the Czech Society of Soil Science. Prague (Czechia), Czech University of Agriculture, 2001 / Boruvka, L., - p. 71 - 71.
bodemfysica - bodemkunde - preferente stroming - waterafstotende gronden
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