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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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Corn laws \ New farmer and grower : Britain's journal for organic food production [Artikel]
Michaud, M. \ 1998
Husbandry of sweet corn in Britain: variety selection; soil fertility and manuring requirements; sowing, planting and weeding; pests and diseases
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Two very crucial years \ New farmer and grower : Britain's journal for organic food production [Artikel]
Michaud, J. \ 1998
The process of converting a holding from conventional to organic status is explained. Timing of the necessary steps is essential to obtain organic status for the produce as soon as possible after the end of the conversion period, and to get the full ...
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Only three bags full? \ New farmer and grower : Britain's journal for organic food production [Artikel]
Steele, J. \ 1998
Why the market for organic wool in the UK is virtually non-existent at the moment. There are some organic holdings producing organic wool and some outlets for the wool clip, but the wool industry is obsessed by fine fibres from Merino sheep and the o ...
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Earthworms and agricultural soils \ New farmer and grower : Britain's journal for organic food production [Artikel]
Scullion, J. \ 1998
Common earthworm species in UK soils and their characteristics, earthworm ecology, the role earthworms play in physical and chemical changes of the soil and the development of soil fertility, and the positive and negative impacts of different farming ...
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Partnerships bring the most fruitful results \ New farmer and grower : Britain's journal for organic food production [Artikel]
Orbach, M. \ 1998
For many processors, sourcing UK organic produce is a problem. Otherwise, processing can offer growers more marketing options and more flexibility in planning production. To create an opportunity for both processors and producers, leading organic bus ...
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The safe disposal of sheep dip \ New farmer and grower : Britain's journal for organic food production [Artikel]
Newton, J. \ 1997
Pyrethroid-based dips for sheep to control sheep scab (Psoroptis ovis) are extremely toxic to aquatic life. Safe disposal is therefore crucial, but expensive. Disposal methods and alternatives to dipping (management practices; alternative products su ...
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The nutrient status of soils on farms converting to organic milk production \ New farmer and grower : Britain's journal for organic food production [Artikel]
Cuttle, S. \ Bowling, P. \ 1997
Report of the changes in soil fertility during conversion on ten dairy farms in Wales and southwest England. On most farms conversion involves major changes in fertilizer use. Plant-available phosphorus and potassium in the soil, changes in soil pH, ...
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The OCIS process \ New farmer and grower : Britain's journal for organic food production [Artikel]
Stocker, P. \ 1997
The method of working of the Organic Conversion Information Service explained. Running in Great Brittain since June 1996 it has proved far more popular than originally expected. The service consists of a telephone helpline, an information pack and fr ...
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Going organic : the Symbol Certification process explained \ New farmer and grower : Britain's journal for organic food production [Artikel]
Johnston, M. \ 1997
How to take the first steps to convert a conventional farm to organic status in Great Brittain. The process of making an application to the Soil Association and the course the application will take is explained. At the same time the right steps shoul ...
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National organic Conference '97 \ New farmer and grower : Britain's journal for organic food production [Artikel]
1997
Selection of highlights at the 10th National Conference on Organic Food Production (Cirencester, 1997)
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Case studies in homeopathy \ New farmer and grower : Britain's journal for organic food production [Artikel]
Keatinge, R. \ 1996
In a research project at ADAS Redesdale (England) homeopathic treatment of three common livestock health problems, i.e. ringworm, pasteurella pneumonia and orf, was compared with conventional treatment. The data provide evidence of the potential for ...
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Field-scale herbs \ New farmer and grower : Britain's journal for organic food production [Artikel]
Brook, M. \ 1996
The owner of an organic herb farm in the UK looks at the market opportunities for organic herbs, and gives advice on how to start a herb growing operation. His own method is based on a permanent, polypropylene covered, raised bed system
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Herbs in pots \ New farmer and grower : Britain's journal for organic food production [Artikel]
Duthie, A. \ 1996
Report from an organic herb nursery, growing about 400 species including the common culinary herbs, medicinal, aromatic and dye plants, wild flowers, and related species and cultivars. Propagation, growing media composition, disease control, and sale ...
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Getting mobile \ New farmer and grower : Britain's journal for organic food production [Artikel]
Michaud, J. \ 1996
Organic meat producers in the UK can now bring their organic livestock to a mobile slaughterhouse, moving around local communities. The advantages of the system are discussed
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Poultry meat \ New farmer and grower : Britain's journal for organic food production [Artikel]
Steele, J. \ 1996
How to raise organic poultry meat. Standards applied, feed availability and processing are discussed, and a short description is given of several small-scale organic poultry meat producers in the UK
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Barriers to conversion \ New farmer and grower : Britain's journal for organic food production [Artikel]
Collyer, R. \ 1996
Despite the considerable interest in converting to organic farming, 99.7% of British farmers and growers are still not organic. The article summarizes the results of a literature search to find the factors influencing a farmers decision to convert an ...
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Experiences of late lambing \ New farmer and grower : Britain's journal for organic food production [Artikel]
Newman, J. \ 1996
On the organic 'Abbey Home Farms', May lambing has replaced the traditional system of lambing in mid-March. The system adopted is a low-cost, grass-based system known as 'drift lambing'. The first experiences are described
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Organic case proven \ New farmer and grower : Britain's journal for organic food production [Artikel]
Steele, J. \ 1996
Environmental benefits associated with organic farming systems. Summary of the report 'The effects of organic farming systems on aspects of the environment' (MAFF)
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Spelt : a new crop for organic farmers \ New farmer and grower : Britain's journal for organic food production [Artikel]
Marriage, C. \ 1996
History, husbandry and baking properties of spelt, which is proving to be an ideal crop for organic farmers. Also a gross margin comparison with winter wheat in Great-Brittain is presented
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Broad beans an easy and profitable option \ New farmer and grower : Britain's journal for organic food production [Artikel]
Bosence, O. \ 1984
Introduction to organic broad beans husbandry with attention to rotation, preparation, sowing, maintenance cultivation and marketing
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