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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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How to conduct research on your farm or ranch [Boek]
When Rich Bennett returned to the family farm in the 1970s to help his father, he faced some significant challenges. Poor soils and increasing fertilizer costs were straining the farm’s bottom line. As a result, he began looking into new ways of farm ...
Exploring options to assess and improve the resilience of organic farming systems : a case study for the Droevendaal farm [Studentenverslag]
Wang, Xi \ 2017
Resilience thinking is important for the survival and achieving sustainable of farming systems in a dynamic background. The definition and management of the resilience of farming systems are researched in this thesis. One organic farm which is locate ...
Formalizing and simulating spatial biophysical processes for participatory integrated assessment of agricultural systems in the Camargue Delta, Southern France [Studentenverslag]
Zhu, Feng \ 2017
Student report formalizing and simulating spatial biophysical processes for participatory integrated assessment of agricultural systems in the Camargue Delta, Southern France
The Eco-Plough : a better alternative for conventional ploughing [Studentenverslag]
Prinsen, Rianne \ 2017
To feed the world now and in the future, soil quality needs to improve. Therefore, soil degrading agricultural practices need to change. One of these practices is conventional ploughing (25-30 cm depth). Two possible alternatives for this are non-inv ...
Farmers in focus : finger on the pulse of new local markets \ Farming matters : small-scale agriculture for a sustainable society [Artikel]
Roberts, J. \ 2016
In this article André Jurrius tells his story about organic farming on his farm Eko boerderij de Lingehof, a stones throw from the Rhine River.
Heritage grains: digging our roots, planting our seeds \ Farming matters : small-scale agriculture for a sustainable society [Artikel]
Spruit, K. \ 2016
Two years ago Shelley and Tony Spruit started Against the Grain, an initiative that is reviving heritage grains in Ontario, Canada, from field to fork. Their experience demonstrates how family farmers build seed sovereignty and educate consumers on t ...
"Real solutions are in the diversity of food and farming" \ Farming matters : small-scale agriculture for a sustainable society [Artikel]
Quiroz, D. \ Florin, M. \ 2016
Mariam Mayet is the director of the African Centre for Biodiversity (ACB). In a recent report, ACB turns their attention towards genetic modification of non-commercial ‘orphan crops’ and the way this technology is replacing farmer-managed food system ...
Potato breeding in the Netherlands: successful collaboration between farmers and commercial breeders \ Farming matters : small-scale agriculture for a sustainable society [Artikel]
Almekinders, C. \ Mertens, L. \ Loon, J. van \ Lammerts van Bueren, E. \ 2016
The Dutch potato breeding model, which involves a partnership between farmers and commercial breeding companies in a modern, Western context, is unique. While there are other examples of collaborative relationships between farmers and breeders in Eur ...
Back to the future – tapping into ancient grains for food diversity \ Trends in plant science [Artikel]
Longin, C.F.H. \ Würschum, T. \ 2016
Einkorn, emmer, and spelt are old wheat species that have fed the world for centuries before they have nearly completely been replaced by modern bread wheat. Nowadays, the diversity of these old species lies frozen in gene banks and rare attempts aim ...
Effect of agronomic factors on invert sugar accumulation in sugar beet [Presentatie]
Leijdekkers, M. \ 2016
The conclusions of this presentation are: 1) Minimize invert sugar content to maintain acceptable technological quality of beet and low sugar losses. 2) Growers are able to realize this by: choosing the right agricultural practices and varieties, del ...
Stemphylium in sugar beet - factors influencing infection [Poster]
Hanse, B. \ [2016]
Since 2007, yellow leaf spots appear on sugar beet leaves on fields in the Netherlands. The causal fungus was identified as Stemphylium beticola nom. prov. and caused sugar yield losses up to 40% in Dutch sugar beet production. Climate room trials we ...
An explorative case study on soil micronutrient availability in the province Groningen, The Netherlands [Studentenverslag]
Cuperus, Fogelina \ 2016
In arable cropping systems, there is a wide range of tillage and fertilization practices, such as conventional tillage, non-inversion tillage or no-till. Similarly, fertilization can consist out of inorganic fertilization on soil and/or leaf , solid ...
Comparative study of hulled (einkorn, emmer, and spelt) and naked wheats (durum and bread wheat): agronomic performance and quality traits \ Crop science / Crop Science Society of America [Artikel]
Longin, C.F.H. \ Ziegler, J. \ Schweiggert, R. \ Koehler, P. \ Carle, R. \ Würschum, T. \ 2015
Einkorn (Triticum monococcum L.), emmer (T. dicoccum L.), and spelt (T. spelta L.) are old-world hulled wheat crops currently receiving renewed interest of consumers, bakers, millers, and farmers. Our objectives were to (i) compare einkorn, emmer, an ...
Get a taste of new talented Robust potato cultivars [Brochure]
Lammerts van Bueren, E. \ Janmaat, L. \ [ca. 2015]
In the potato breeding programme Bioimpuls, the Louis Bolk Institute and Wageningen UR are working together with breeding companies and farmer-breeders to develop robust cultivars that are resistant to Phytophthora. Thanks to these new cultivars, org ...
Scottish landraces and traditional varieties [Website]
Genetic Resources \ [2015]
What are landraces and where are they grown in Scotland?
Potato production systems in different agro ecological regions and their relation with climate change : position paper [Boek]
Blom-Zandstra, G. \ Verhagen, J. \ 2015
Climate change is a key issue which has the potential to change the production and processing landscape. Clearly potato production systems will have to respond to the impacts of climate change in addition greenhousegass emissions energy from arable l ...
Planty Organic : results 2014 [Boek]
Hospers-Brands, Monique \ Pollema, Thomas \ Bus, Michiel \ [2015]
2014 was the third year of the "Planty Organic" system development in practice. The six-year rotation is laid out and measurements took place at soil and crop. The fertilizers used were completely produced in the own system, as foreseen in the system ...
The role of the natural hedge in organic farming – an adoption barrier? [Studentenverslag]
Möhring, N.P. \ 2015
The market for organic agriculture in Germany and other parts of the world has been substantially growing in the past. This raises interest of policymakers and economists in the conversion decision from conventional to organic agriculture. As one maj ...
Drought damage determination in drinking water extraction areas using the NDVI : a pilot study for the drinking water extraction areas Haarlo and Vessem, The Netherlands [Studentenverslag]
Kuipers, K. \ 2015
Drinking water companies lower the ground water level by extracting water. This reduces the soil moisture content in the root zone possibly resulting in drought stress for the vegetation. Drought stress results in a lower yield compared to crops whic ...
Sensing the nitrogen balance in potatoes [Studentenverslag]
Van den Brande, Marnix \ 2015
The general goal of this research is to develop an nitrogen mass balance for an agricultural parcel of potato crops by using sensing based methods. The results of this thesis should provide the farmer more insights for site-specific management of nit ...
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