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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.

    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.
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Pilot green pesticides [Boek]
Smith, L. \ Elliott, D. \ Noble, R. \ 2019
NIAB has led the green pesticide trials as part of the BioBoost project in the UK. In order to ensure economic outcomes and continuity of the initiative beyond the scope and lifetime of the project, NIAB has worked very closely with several SME’s in ...
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Biochar as a carrier : Trichoderma harzianum on Biochar to promote disease suppression in strawberry [Boek]
Blok, Chris \ Diaz, Andrea \ Oud, Nina \ Streminska, Marta \ Huisman, Ming \ Khanh, Pham \ Fryda, Lydia \ Visser, Rianne \ 2019
In opdracht van het ministerie van economische zaken onderzoekt ECN (Energie Centrum Nederland, een onderdeel van TNO) de energieproductie uit hernieuwbare organische bronnen. Pyrolyse en gassificatie zijn technieken waarmee groen aardgas en platform ...
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BioBoost Inventory [Boek]
2018
This inventory has been produced on behalf of BioBoost to gain an insight into the by-products of the horticultural industry. The aim of this inventory is to gain a better understanding of the three regions involved: Flanders region around Roeselare ...
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Genetic modification : regulation [Presentatie]
Wiel, C. van de \ Schaart, J. \ Lotz, B. \ 2017
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New Plant Breeding Techniques (NPBTs) [Presentatie]
Wiel, C. van de \ Schaart, J. \ Lotz, B. \ 2017
Presentation about plant breeding techniques (NPBT)
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Development and experimental comparison of peat-free potting media for organic horticulture [Studentenverslag]
Bosse, Antonia \ 2017
The use of peat as a basis for growing substrates has allowed the horticultural sector to become increasingly efficient and industrialized, which nowadays makes peat an indispensable external input for a majority of horticultural businesses. As peat ...
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Training manual : Occupational Pesticide Exposure & Health and Safe & Responsible Handling of Pesticides : with courtesy of veg IMPACT a program financed by The Netherlands' Government [Boek]
Maden, Edwin van der \ Koomen, Irene \ 2016
Pesticides are commonly used in the horticulture sector. While emphasis is often on the correct and efficient application of pesticides, the risk associated with application of pesticides receives less attention. Those working with pesticides need to ...
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First ask how heavy the roof washer should be : damage to roof is easy to prevent \ In greenhouses : the international magazine for greenhouse growers [Artikel]
Velden, P. van \ 2016
A grower is likely to have a problem if a slightly too heavy roof washer or chalking machine is driven over a greenhouse roof that is slightly too weak. The damage from distorted gutters is not immediately visible but it will become apparent during a ...
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NGG profits from new insight into air movement and evaporation : principles also applicable in a standard greenhouses \ In greenhouses : the international magazine for greenhouse growers [Artikel]
Staalduinen, J. van \ 2016
Over the last ten years the research and experience gained from Next Generation Growing has revealed many new insights about the complex relationship between air circulation, crop transpiration and plant growth. By applying this knowledge well, the c ...
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‘In the greenhouse temperature differences not easy to solve’ : Berg Roses tests smart horizontal fans \ In greenhouses : the international magazine for greenhouse growers [Artikel]
Velden, P. van \ 2016
In a large greenhouse with supplementary lighting the temperature differences in winter can rise so high it’s at the expense of quality and energy consumption. Berg Roses, of Delfgauw, the Netherlands, has already broken new ground with the Next Gene ...
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Limits to temperature integration found only by experimenting : plant temperature should lead temperature integration \ In greenhouses : the international magazine for greenhouse growers [Artikel]
Heuvelink, E. \ Kierkels, T. \ 2016
The plant can cope with much more fluctuation in temperature than we tend to think. Theoretical background helps to understand this better, but putting it to the test – in research or commercial circumstances – is still the only way to discover the l ...
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Experts try to revitalise China’s failing high tech greenhouses : nurseries have significantly improved yield and efficiency \ In greenhouses : the international magazine for greenhouse growers [Artikel]
Armstrong, H. \ 2016
China’s increasing awareness of food safety and food security is driving development of more modern and efficient cultivation systems. Over the last 15 years many new ‘high-tech’ greenhouses have been constructed, often with help from local subsidies ...
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Plugs and trays replace containers and lead to more uniform plants : progress in propagation of phalaenopsis \ In greenhouses : the international magazine for greenhouse growers [Artikel]
Velden, P. van \ 2016
After a run-up of several years breeders and propagators of phalaenopsis are switching over to propagation in plugs. Meanwhile three Dutch suppliers of plugs and trays have developed their own systems. Although the plugs each have their own specific, ...
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Trial aims to show how LEDs can be used to steer commercial crop : green or blue light can steer plant growth \ In greenhouses : the international magazine for greenhouse growers [Artikel]
Hoogstraten, K. van \ 2016
The application of LED lighting in greenhouse horticulture is still in its infancy. A few nurseries are already using LEDs, mostly red and blue. But still little is known about how the different light colours work precisely on the physiology of the p ...
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'With good bacteria and fungi you can win the war in the slab' : Dutch tomato grower Geert Koot \ In greenhouses : the international magazine for greenhouse growers [Artikel]
Hoogstraten, K. van \ 2016
Plants are just like people. The fitter they are, the more resistant they are to diseases. But how do you create such a fit crop? According to the experts it begins at the roots, the heart of the plant. In recent years more attention has been paid to ...
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Understanding photosynthesis important for CO2-dosing and lighting : CAM-plants difficult to deal with \ In greenhouses : the international magazine for greenhouse growers [Artikel]
Heuvelink, E. \ Kierkels, T. \ 2016
It used to be rare to come across plants that bind CO2 mainly at night: CAMplants. But it’s no longer an exception in the horticultural sector. Nowadays the best-selling pot plant in the Netherlands – phalaenopsis – belongs to this group. This then r ...
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Carefully compile a wish list and measure objectivity : advice on choosing the right diffuse greenhouse roof \ In greenhouses : the international magazine for greenhouse growers [Artikel]
Staalduinen, J. van \ 2016
Growers know that a diffuse roof – with or without an anti-reflective coating – offers added value compared with traditional greenhouse glass. However, it is not so simple to decide which one to choose. Researcher Silke Hemming lists all the relevant ...
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Contributing to the region's selfsufficiency in vegetable production : successful first reason for high-tech greenhouse in Russia \ In greenhouses : the international magazine for greenhouse growers [Artikel]
Radford, L. \ 2016
Agro-Invest’s new 20 ha greenhouse, located in the Kaluga region of Russia, has successfully completed its first growing season. This is the first stage in a project which will ultimately comprise a total of 100 hectares of greenhouse on 238 hectares ...
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Fair puts emphasis on fair trade, quality labels and certification : IPM Essen introduces Fair Trade sector \ In greenhouses : the international magazine for greenhouse growers [Artikel]
Abbenhuijs, R. \ 2016
The debut of a national pavilion from Guatemala and special attention to Fair Trade products are prominent features of the next international floriculture trade fair, IPM Essen. The 34th edition of the event, being held at the end of January, gives t ...
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Bees and bumblebees useful for crop protection as well as pollinating : handy 'air quality detectors' pick up bacteria and fungal spores \ In greenhouses : the international magazine for greenhouse growers [Artikel]
Arkesteijn, M. \ 2016
Bees and bumblebees are, thanks to their build and behaviour, good pollinators. But they have additional potential. They are also useful for disease control by transferring antagonistic microorganisms and for retrieving information about diseases in ...
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