Duurzaamheid van de huidige genetisch gemodificeerde gewassen : effecten van de teelt van genetisch gemodificeerde soja, maïs en katoen op People, Planet en Profit (mens, milieu en economie) [Boek]
Lotz, L.A.P. \ Breukers, M.L.H. \ Broer, W. \ Bunte, F. \ Dolstra, O. \ Engelbronner-Kolff, F.M. d' \ Franke, A.C. \ Montfort, J. van \ Nikoloyuk, J. \ Rutten, M.M. \ Smulders, M.J.M. \ Wiel, C.C.M. van der \ Zijl, M. van \ 2011
Deze studie richt zich op genetische modificatie bij gewassen. Wereldwijd werden in 2010 op meer dan 140 miljoen hectare GG-gewassen verbouwd. Dit is ongeveer 70 maal het totale Nederlandse landbouwareaal. Het gaat met name om de handelsgewassen soja ...
Sustainability of current GM crop cultivation : review of people, planet, profit effects of agricultural production of GM crops, based on the cases of soybean, maize, and cotton [Boek]
Franke, A.C. \ Breukers, M.L.H. \ Broer, W. \ Bunte, F. \ Dolstra, O. \ Engelbronner-Kolff, F.M. d' \ Lotz, L.A.P. \ Montfort, J. van \ Nikoyuk, J. \ Rutten, M.M. \ Smulders, M.J.M. \ Wiel, C.C.M. van de \ Zijl, M. van \ 2011
This report adresses the question whether the cultivation of genetically modified (GM) crops abroad for import in the Netherlands, as compared to the cultivation of their conventional (non-GM) counterparts, is in line with Dutch policy and societal a ...
Strategies and selection criteria for participatory cotton breeding in Uganda : a diagnostic study [Studentenverslag]
Preissel, S.R. \ 2011
The lack of suitable varieties and the shortage of organically multiplied seed constrain the development of the organic cotton production. To address the availability of suitable varieties in the long term, the international organic cotton community ...
Organic cotton: a new development path for African smallholders? [Boek]
Ferrigno, S. \ 2005
Drawing on case studies from Benin, Senegal, Uganda, Tanzania and Zimbabwe, this paper argues that organic cotton has much to offer smallholder farmers in sub-Saharan Africa. Experience shows that it is technically feasible, reduces health problems, ...
Organic cotton production in sub-Saharan Africa : the need for scaling up : a report for PAN UK's Pesticides Poverty and Livelihoods Project [Boek]
Ton, P. \ 2002
Organic cotton study, Uganda case study : a report for PAN UK's Pesticides and Poverty Project [Boek]
Tulip, A. \ Ton, P. \ 2002
This study on organic and conventional cotton production in Uganda was carried out over the period April-June 2001, within the framework of the EU-funded ‘African Organic Cotton Research project’ of the Pesticides Action Network UK(PAN UK). Similar s ...
Organic cotton production : an alternative to GM cotton for small farmers? \ LEISA : ILEIA newsletter for low-external-input and sustainable agriculture [Artikel]
Myers, D. \ 2001
Organic cotton: the experience of family farmers from Taua, Brazil \ LEISA : ILEIA newsletter for low-external-input and sustainable agriculture [Artikel]
Lima, P.J.B.F. \ Oliveira, T.S. \ 2000
Wilsereptus indicus sp. n. (Wilsonematidae: Nematoda) from the rhizosphere of cotton from Haryana, India \ Journal of research / Haryana Agricultural University [Artikel]
Walia, K.K. \ Bajaj, H.K. \ 1999
Wilsereptus indicus sp. nov. comes close to W. andersoni, but differs from it in being smaller (L = 0.235 mm), having moderately developed flabella, absence of cervical setae, and non-annulated single cuticle of cervical expansion. The family Wilsone ...
Use of short, long staple cottonseed examined \ Feedstuffs : the weekly newspaper for agribusiness [Artikel]
Holland, J.R. \ Jaster, E.H. \ 1999
Katoenzaad als afvalproduct van de industrie is een unieke voedingsstof die rijk is aan eiwit, verteerbaar zetmeel, vet en energie
Development of cotton germplasm for reduced insecticide use production systems \ Journal of sustainable agriculture : innovations for long-term and lasting maintenance and enhangement of agricultural resources, production, and environmental quality [Artikel]
May, O.L. \ DuRant, J.A. \ 1998
Genetic resistance or tolerance to the bollworm (Helicoverpa zea) and tobacco budworm (Heliothis virescens) complex in cotton could reduce insecticide use. At the Pee Dee Research and Education Center (Florence, SC) crossing experiments and mass sele ...
Crop protection in the 1990s \ LEISA : ILEIA newsletter for low-external-input and sustainable agriculture [Artikel]
Stoll, G. \ 1997
By making a comparison of crop protection strategies and yields for conventional and organic cotton, it is demonstrated that new integrated approaches to user, consumer and environment friendly crop protection are successful. The improvements are des ...
Effect of exposure of eggs to vapours from essential oils on egg mortality, development and adult emergence in Earias vitella (F.) (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) \ Biological agriculture and horticulture : an international journal [Artikel]
Marimuthu, S. \ Gurusubramanian, G. \ Krishna, S.S. \ 1997
Exposure of freshly laid eggs of the spotted bollworm, a major pest of cotton and okra in the tropics, to volatiles from the essential oils of Japanese mint, peppermint, palmarosa and citronella caused a marked decline in egg hatchability and in pupa ...
Organic cotton: not just a matter of fibre \ Ecology and farming : international IFOAM-magazine [Artikel]
Caldas, T. \ 1997
Overview of the problems of conventional cotton production and a description of the Maikaal fibres cotton project in India, where a successful conversion to an organic cotton-based food production system has been achieved
Naturally pigmented cotton from Peru \ Ecology and farming : international IFOAM-magazine [Artikel]
Vreeland jr., J.M. \ 1997
The reasons for the recent revival of interest in organically grown naturally pigmented cotton varieties in different regions of Peru. Production figures are compared with the declining conventional yields
Low gossypol cottonseed meal in grower diets \ Poultry international [Artikel]
Anku, G.G. \ 1997
Katoenzaadmeel heeft een hoog proteine- en een laag lysinegehalte, maar bevat een aantal toxische polyphenolbestanddelen zoals o.a. gossypol die groeistoornissen en soms mortaliteit veroorzaken. In tabellen worden resultaten van voedingsproeven getoo ...
BASIC training reduces pesticide use \ The cultivar [Artikel]
Brown, M. \ 1997
BASIC (Biological Agriculture Systems in Cotton) is meant for any grower interested in reducing pesticide use. A study showed that except for a sampling date in early August, there was little difference in lygus bug populations when the BASIC fields ...
Description of Tylenchorhynchus gossypii n. sp. (Nematoda: Dolichodoridae) with observation on T. elegans Siddiqi, 1961 from Pakistan \ Pakistan journal of nematology : a biannual publication of Pakistan Society of Nematologists [Artikel]
Nasira, K. \ Maqbool, M.A. \ 1996
Tylenchorhynchus gossypii sp. nov., isolated from soil around roots of cotton in Khanewal, Pakistan, is described and illustrated using light and scanning electron microscopy (SEM). This new species differs from all other species of the genus by havi ...
Irrigation planning in cotton through simulation modeling \ Irrigation science [Artikel]
Singh, R. \ Singh, J. \ 1996
Determining cotton water use in a semiarid climate with the GOSSYM cotton simulation model \ Agronomy journal [Artikel]
Staggenborg, S.A. \ Lascano, R.J. \ Krieg, D.R. \ 1996
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