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Record number 359724
Title Grassland renovation in the Netherlands; agronomic, environmetal and economic issues
Author(s) Schils, R.L.M.; Aarts, H.F.M.; Bussink, D.W.; Conijn, J.G.; Corre, V.J.; Dam, A.M. van; Hoving, I.E.; Meer, H.G. van der; Velthof, G.L.
Source In: Grassland resowing and grass-arable crops rotations / Conijn, J.G., Velthof, G.L., Taube, F., Wageningen : PRI (Report / Plant Research International 47) - p. 9 - 24.
Department(s) Wageningen Livestock Research
Nursery Stock-Flower Bulbs
Soil Science Centre
Wageningen Environmental Research
Publication type Chapter in book aimed at a professional audience
Publication year 2007
Keyword(s) graslandverbetering - grasmatverbetering - kosten-batenanalyse - economie - milieueffect - stikstofkringloop - nederland - grassland improvement - sward renovation - cost benefit analysis - economics - environmental impact - nitrogen cycle - netherlands
Categories Grassland Improvement / Plant Production Systems
Abstract Experimental studies into the effects of grassland renovation on environmental and agronomic parameters are scarce in the Netherlands. The effects of grassland renovation have been estimated for the three cases of permanent grassland on sand, clay and peat soil, and an additional case for a grass-maize rotation on dry sandy soil. There is need for a futher quantification of the effects of grassland renovation on N cycling in the plant-soil system, with respect to soil type, renovation strategy and crop management
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