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Record number 389722
Title Organic fertilisers of the mac trial and their impact on soil quality, environment and climate change
Author(s) Koopmans, C.J.; Zanen, M.; Bokhorst, G.J.
Source In: ECOMIT : The 5th International Scientific Conference on Sustainable Farming Systems, Pieštany, Slovakia, 5-7 November 2008. - Považany : Slovak Association for Sustainable Agriculture - p. 67 - 69.
Event Považany : Slovak Association for Sustainable Agriculture ECOMIT : The 5th International Scientific Conference on Sustainable Farming Systems, Pieštany, Slovakia, 2008-11-05/2008-11-07
Department(s) Hydrology and Quantitative Water Management
Publication type Contribution in proceedings
Publication year 2010
Keyword(s) organische meststoffen - klimaatverandering - bodemkwaliteit - bemesting - organic fertilizers - climatic change - soil quality - fertilizer application
Categories Fertilizers, Fertilizer Application
Abstract After 8 years, the MAC field trial in Lelystad, the Netherlands, shows the effects of different fertiliser strategies, ranging from animal manure to plant compost to mineral fertiliser. The impact on yield, soil quality, soil health, environment and climate change is discussed. The trial is unique in monitoring the effect of so many types of fertilisers over so many years
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