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Record number 488125
Title Emissiemanagement grondgebonden teelten : Monitoring water en meststoffen op praktijkbedrijven en ontwikkeling robuuste vochtsensor in 2014
Author(s) Voogt, W.; Balendonck, J.; Winkel, A. van; Janse, J.; Swinkels, G.L.A.M.
Source Wageningen UR Glastuinbouw (Rapport GTB 1351) - 36
Department(s) WUR GTB Gewasgezondheid
GTB Tuinbouw Technologie
GTB Teelt & Gewasfysiologie
Publication type Research report
Publication year 2015
Keyword(s) tuinbouw - glastuinbouw - waterbeheer - irrigatie - emissiereductie - voedingsstoffen - pesticiden - sensors - lysimeters - tomaten - alstroemeria - chrysanthemum - horticulture - greenhouse horticulture - water management - irrigation - emission reduction - nutrients - pesticides - sensors - lysimeters - tomatoes - alstroemeria - chrysanthemum
Categories Horticulture
Abstract To make growers to be in control of the emission, a decision support system is developed for irrigation in soil grown crops. In 2014 the implementation was continued and several greenhouse crops were monitored. As was found earlier, the organic greenhouse growers are able to control irrigation in a way that emission is reduced to a minimum. The results obtained at (conventional) flower growers show sometimes high emission of nitrogen. This is due at one hand to high irrigation surpluses but also to high fertilisation of nitrogen. Better tuning of the water- and nitrogen supply to the crop demand is necessary. For these steps growers need better soil-moisture sensors. A start was made to develop the ideal, robust and wireless sensor, however due to technical problems this was not finished in 2014.
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