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Plastic promises : What the grocery sector is really doing about packaging [Boek]
Peake, L. \ 2020
Under pressure from the public to act on plastic pollution, companies are on the verge of swapping to other materials with new, and potentially greater, environmental consequences, including higher carbon emissions.
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Constantijn Huygens en de oorsprong van de Engelse landschapsstijl \ Cascade : bulletin voor tuinhistorie [Artikel]
Kuitert, W. \ 2018
Wybe Kuitert toont in zijn artikel, gebaseerd op zijn eerdere publicaties, aan dat Constantijn Huygens goed bekend was met de bewust toegepaste onregelmatigheden en schilderachtigheden in het tuinarchitectuur. Dat Hofwijck, een classicistische tuin b ...
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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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Verslag agroforestry-excursie Engeland 12 tot 14 september 2017 [Boek]
Verdonckt, P. \ Van Daele, S. \ Nelissen, V. \ Coussement, T. \ Borremans, L. \ Balis, J.-P. \ Reubens, B. \ Nieuwenhove, T. van \ Raman, M. \ 2017
Gezien de groeiende interesse in de toepassing van agroforestry en de vele vragen hoe dit in te passen in met name groenteteelt, organiseerde het Consortium Agroforestry Vlaanderen op 12, 13 en 14 september ‘17 een excursie naar Engeland. Een verslag ...
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Familiebedrijf en wereldspeler \ Management&techniek [Artikel]
Vandenbosch32, A. \ 2016
De tractoren van het Britse JCB zien we vandaag nog niet zo vaak aan het werk op de Vlaamse akkers. De verreikers van dit merk zijn wel erg populair op het boerenerf. René Wetzels, managing director JCB-Belgium, vertelt er ons meer over.
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Societal involvement in Natura 2000 areas : experiences in Denmark, England and Germany [Boek]
Kamphorst, Dana \ Bouwma, Irene \ Selnes, Trond \ 2015
Since 2013, involving society in nature conservation has become an explicit ambition of the Dutch government. As neighbouring countries of the Netherlands have similar ambitions, this research reviewed the policies in these countries and the experien ...
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Maize ‘debut’ is a success : forage crop proves invaluable for an expanding dairy business : maize special \ CowManagement [Artikel]
Eades, P. \ 2015
Growing more maize has helped drive the performance of one Leicestershire-based herd and it is set to continue to play an increasing role as the herd expands to 600 cows and moves into a new unit on the farm.
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Gesellschaftliche Beteiligung in Natura 2000-Gebieten : Erfahrungen in Dänemark, England und Deutschland [Boek]
Kamphorst, Dana \ Bouwma, Irene \ Selnes, Trond \ 2015
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A realistic assessment of fluvial and coastal flood risk in England and Wales \ Transactions / Institute of British Geographers [Wetenschappelijk artikel]
Penning-Rowsell, E. \ 2015
Accurate national-scale economic assessments of flood risk should, first, allow policy and resource allocation to be determined sensibly by relating both to the scale of that risk and, second, provide a benchmark against which any possible future cha ...
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‘Binnen 20 jaar 20 ton tarwe per hectare’ : Rothamsted investeert in hightech plantenteelt \ Akker magazine : onafhankelijk vakblad voor de akkerbouw [Artikel]
Jonkheer, E. \ 2015
Het Engelse Rothamsted Research is het oudste landbouwkundig onderzoeksinstituut ter wereld. Al 170 jaar werken er onderzoekers aan het verhogen van de kwaliteit en opbrengst van gewassen. De ambities worden er niet minder op. Met een slimme, efficië ...
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A natural history of English gardening, 1650-1800 [Boek]
Laird, M. \ [2015]
Inspired by the pioneering naturalist Gilbert White, who viewed natural history as the common study of cultural and natural communities, Mark Laird unearths forgotten historical data to reveal the complex visual cultures of early modern gardening. Ra ...
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Robotics provide expansion solution : robots free up labour and allow business to grow \ CowManagement [Artikel]
Chambers, L. \ 2015
A robotic milking system has proved to be the perfect replacement for an out-dated, labour-intensive conventional parlour and, coupled with the right nutrition, it’s allowing one Leicestershire-based dairy herd to push up cow numbers.
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Marktwerking in Engeland: ons voorland of een doodgeboren kindje? \ H2O online [Artikel]
Jonker, P. \ 2015
In Engeland probeert de regering nu serieus marktwerking bij drinkwater in te voeren door in 2017 de dienstverlening aan niet-huishoudelijke klanten open te stellen voor commerciële bedrijven en vergunningen om water te mogen onttrekken aan te bested ...
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Too close to call : proven and genomic ‘movers and shakers’ create interest in new bull lists \ CowManagement [Artikel]
Porter, R. \ 2015
Lancashire-based Holstein breeder and former NMR/RABDF Gold Cup finalist James Tomlinson tells us what’s grabbed his attention in the latest December sire rankings, in both the daughter-proven and genomic lists.
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Anthrax alert : fatal disease is rare, but recent cases in Wiltshire highlight risks \ CowManagement [Artikel]
Boers, M. \ 2015
West Sussex-based dairy vet Maarten Boers, from The Livestock Partnership, gives us the lowdown on an extremely rare, but fatal, disease that struck on a unit in Wiltshire this autumn.
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Half-hidden in the herbage : a farmer's diary from Northern England \ Stratiotes [Artikel]
Rodwell, J. \ 2015
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Unique set up with top results : ‘evolving’ herd tops list and excels in mixed management system : herd report \ CowManagement [Artikel]
Porter, R. \ 2015
A herd manager’s own Ayrshire herd, which he runs along side his employer’s herd, has topped the NMR Annual Production Report ranking for the breed and swayed management towards cross-breeding on one Cornwall-based unit.
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Raw milk makes it mark : dairy business thrives, despite economic downturn \ CowManagement [Artikel]
Porter, R. \ 2015
The current squeeze on global milk prices has hit UK producers hard. And Suffolk’s few remaining dairy herds are also, once again, facing extremely tough times. We fi nd out how one business is thriving thanks to on-farm processing.
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Top of the class : new dairy unit design suits students and cows \ CowManagement [Artikel]
Meadon, R. \ 2015
State-of-the-art milking and learning facilities are benefi ting students and cows alike at a new unit in Cumbria. College applications have increased and milk yields and cow health and welfare have also improved. We spoke to the farm manager to fi n ...
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Een kijkje in de Engelse keuken : Milati en Fieldmanagers of the Year 2014 en 2015 op bezoek bij Engelse stadions \ Fieldmanager : vakblad voor sportveldbeheer [Artikel]
Kuenen, K. \ 2015
Milati Grass Machines bracht vorige maand samen met Ad van de Luijtgaarden en Theo van Rossenberg, Fieldmanagers of the Year 2014 en 2015, een bezoekje aan drie Engelse sportstadions: het Etihad Stadium te Manchester, het Anfield-stadion in Liverpool ...
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