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Record number 356918
Title Aanvoer van organische mest op grasland: stikstofterugwinning en effect op chemische bodemkwaliteit = Application of organic manure to grassland: nitrogen recovery and effect on chemical soil quality
Author(s) Boer, H.C. de; Andre, G.; Schils, R.L.M.
Source Lelystad : Animal Sciences Group (PraktijkRapport / Animal Sciences Group, Praktijkonderzoek : Rundvee ) - 46
Department(s) Research
Wageningen Livestock Research
Publication type Research report
Publication year 2004
Keyword(s) rundveemest - organische meststoffen - chemische samenstelling - graslanden - stikstof - terugwinning - zandgronden - nederland - bodemkwaliteit - noord-brabant - cattle manure - organic fertilizers - chemical composition - grasslands - nitrogen - recovery - sandy soils - netherlands - soil quality - noord-brabant
Categories Soil Chemistry / Animal Husbandry and Environment
Abstract In 2000-2003, the effect of application of organic manure on the nitrogen recovery of the manures and on chemical soil quality of grassland was investigated at sandy soils in the southern part of the Netherlands. It was concluded that supply of organic matter is a necessity for maintenance of chemical soil quality on semi-permanent grassland. The nitrogen recovery from composted slurry and farmyard manure was considerably lower compared to cattle dairy slurry and chemical fertiliser.
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