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    Polen biedt Nederland kansen
    Paassen, R.A.F. van; Wijnands, J.H.M. - \ 2004
    Groenten en Fruit. Algemeen 49 (2004). - ISSN 0925-9694 - p. 14 - 15.
    tuinbouw - groenteteelt - export - marketing - marketing van voedingsmiddelen - marktconcurrentie - kwaliteit - kwaliteitsnormen - polen - landen van de europese unie - lidmaatschap - glastuinbouw - horticulture - vegetable growing - exports - marketing - food marketing - market competition - quality - quality standards - poland - european union countries - membership - greenhouse horticulture
    Het Landbouweconomisch Instituut en het PPO onderzochten de mogelijkheden om de concurrentiepositie van Nederland te versterken in landen in het oosten van Europa. Het ging daarbij om de afzet van kasgroente. Eén van die landen is Polen. De conclusie luidde dat Nederland zeker kansen heeft in dit land, zowel op korte als op langere termijn
    Concurrentiekracht verwerkte paddestoelen
    Groot, M.J. ; Vermeire, R. ; Peppelman, G. ; Roestel, A.J.J. van; Willemsens, L.J. ; Meeder, A. ; Yang Zhu, Yang - \ 2003
    Horst : PPO Paddestoelen (Rapport PPO 2003-15) - 91
    agaricus bisporus - paddestoelen - verwerking - internationale handel - marktconcurrentie - landbouwsituatie - nederland - polen - spanje - china - ketenmanagement - agaricus bisporus - mushrooms - processing - international trade - market competition - agricultural situation - netherlands - poland - spain - china - supply chain management
    Policies for agriculture in Poland and the Netherlands; Contributions to a policy dialogue
    Berkum, S. van; Bont, C.J.A.M. de - \ 2003
    Den Haag : LEI (Report / LEI : Domain 6, Policy ) - ISBN 9789052428116 - 118
    agrarische economie - landbouwontwikkeling - plattelandsontwikkeling - landbouwbeleid - europese unie - gemeenschappelijk landbouwbeleid - landbouwhervorming - polen - nederland - agricultural economics - agricultural development - rural development - agricultural policy - european union - cap - agrarian reform - poland - netherlands
    This volume contains background papers that contributed to discussions between Polish and Dutch agricultural policy makers, held in Warsaw (16-17 July, 2002) and in The Hague (26-27 September, 2002). These meetings took place in the context of the Utrecht Conference in which bilateral meetings on various policy issues are organised. The papers give insights in the agricultural and rural development in both countries and point at the main problems at stake. Further, the contributions discuss the past and present agricultural and rural policies and show to what extent these policies help(ed) to tackle the major problems of the agricultural sector and rural areas. Discussions took place on various issues such as farm retirement and direct payment schemes, competitiveness of the sector and the future developments of the Common Agricultural Policy in an enlarged European Union.
    Management recommendations
    Bokdam, J. ; Braeckel, A. van - \ 2002
    In: Grazing as a conservation management tool in peatland : Workshop, 22-26 April 2002, Goniadz, Poland [S.l.] : s.n. - p. 24 - 25.
    veengebieden - plantensuccessie - verbranden - maaien - begrazing - extensieve veehouderij - natuurbescherming - graslandbeheer - polen - peatlands - plant succession - burning - mowing - grazing - extensive livestock farming - nature conservation - grassland management - poland
    The acute succession problem justifies an opportunistic use of all suitable methods on the short-term (10 years). The ban on winter burning should be (temporally) lifted. The mown area should be enlarged by activating volunteers, raising budgets and funds for mowing of BNP-owned peatlands and by using peat harvesters. BNP and farmers should co-operate to raise funds and conclude Management Agreements for livestock farming on private and BNP-owned peatland. Agreements should include the use of Biebrza hay and litter. In the longer term (>10 years) extensive grazing seems the most promising tool. It may be implemented as traditional dairy farming, ranching of beef cattle, horses or (semi-) wild herbivores or as Wilderness. Suitability and feasibility may differ between the three basins. The entry of Poland to the EU will affect the feasibility of the strategies
    Polen: weidegang voor gezonde koeien
    Bos, E. ; Bos, M. - \ 2002
    Praktijkkompas. Rundvee 16 (2002)5. - ISSN 1570-8586 - p. 20 - 21.
    begrazing - melkveehouderij - melkvee - melkkoeien - agrarische bedrijfsvoering - beweidingssystemen - graslandbeheer - rundveevoeding - diervoedering - veevoeding - melkveebedrijven - polen - landen van de europese unie - lidmaatschap - grazing - dairy farming - dairy cattle - dairy cows - farm management - grazing systems - grassland management - cattle feeding - animal feeding - livestock feeding - dairy farms - poland - european union countries - membership
    Meer welzijn bevordert een langere en gezondere levensduur. In onderstaand artikel doen ze verslag.
    Dairy farm size restructuring in Poland and Hungary : quantitative and qualitative approach
    Tonini, A. ; Jongeneel, R.A. - \ 2002
    In: Agricultural enterprises in transition: parallels and divergences in Eastern Germany, Poland and Hungary / Hinners-Tobragel, L., Heinrich, J., Kiel : Wissenschaftsverlag Vauk Kiel KG - ISBN 9783817503667 - p. 317 - 339.
    bedrijfsgrootte in de landbouw - landbouwondernemingen - structurele verandering - bedrijfsstructuur in de landbouw - polen - hongarije - landen van de europese unie - lidmaatschap - farm size - farm enterprises - structural change - farm structure - poland - hungary - european union countries - membership
    The Polish and (in a more limited way) Hungarian dairy farm sectors are analyzed. Farm size reconfiguration in Hungary may proceed faster than in Poland, because the starting distribution is less fragmentized than the Polish one
    Feasibility
    Bokdam, J. ; Braeckel, A. van - \ 2002
    In: Grazing as a conservation management tool in peatland : Workshop, 22-26 April 2002, Goniadz, Poland - p. 17 - 23.
    veengebieden - graslandbeheer - extensieve veehouderij - natuurbescherming - plantensuccessie - polen - peatlands - grassland management - extensive livestock farming - nature conservation - plant succession - poland
    Extensive livestock farming, including hay making, seems the most feasible management strategy for open peatland. In the longer term, wilderness grazing may become more feasible. The loss of economic viability of traditional livestock farming and related haymaking may be reversed by innovation of new marketable 'Biebrza' products, 'green services', e.g. eco- and agro-tourism, and by financial subventions by the EU and the Polish Government. Large scale mechanical harvesting of hay and litter is very costly, unless the harvested hay can be marketed. The feasibility of New Wilderness, especially complemented Wilderness, may increase in the longer term. The BNP offers excellent perspectives for a growing role of wild herbivores and natural processes. An eventual step-by-step transition may pass through stages with increased densities of elk, red deer, and wild boar, (semi-) feralisation of Konik ponies, re-introduction of European Bison and finally (semi-) feralisation of cattle. New Wilderness in an enlarged 'Greater Biebrza Ecosystem' will create a unique, complete ecosystem in Europe, with large economic potentials
    Suitability
    Bokdam, J. ; Braeckel, A. van - \ 2002
    In: Grazing as a conservation management tool in peatland : Workshop, 22-26 April 2002, Goniadz, Poland - p. 10 - 16.
    veengebieden - begrazing - maaien - snijden - verbranden - natuurbescherming - plantensuccessie - plantengemeenschappen - polen - peatlands - grazing - mowing - cutting - burning - nature conservation - plant succession - plant communities - poland
    The suitability of grazing, burning, mowing and cutting as tools for succession control in peatland was assessed and expressed on a scale from 0 - 1. All management tools are suitable, but their effects are conditional. The suitability depends on the targeted vegetation transition and on their intensity and timing. Maintenance and restoration of short vegetation requires an annual or short cyclic (2-5 years) removal of the major portion of the aboveground annual production during the growing season. Grazers, Intermediate Feeders, Browsers and mechanical removal (including burning) fulfil a complementary role. Taking a suitability value of >0.66 as criterion, a complete herbivore assemblage at saturation density might realise all objectives, except regression from Alder to short vegetation. This requires cutting. Lacking herbivory may be substituted by removal by man or by fire. Suppression of invading shrub by winter burning requires sufficient inflammable biomass. Winter burning cannot substitute the effects of summer grazing on tall sedges and Reed. Burning in late winter may damage early shoots of sedges and Bush grass
    Introduction
    Bokdam, J. ; Braeckel, A. van - \ 2002
    In: Grazing as a conservation management tool in peatland : report of a workshop, 22-26 April 2002, Goniadz, Poland / Bokdam, J., - p. 5 - 9.
    weiden - veengebieden - extensieve landbouw - conservering - laagveengebieden - begrazing - polen - pastures - peatlands - extensive farming - conservation - fens - grazing - poland
    The biodiversity of low-productive pastures and hayfields is threatened across Europe by intensified land use and abandonment. The question is whether and how Extensive Farming can be maintained or restored, or whether conservation management should shift to New Wilderness. Suitability and feasibility of both strategies differ and depend on local conditions. The aim of the workshop was to discuss and clarify the strategic management dilemma for peatlands by taking the Biebrza National Park (BNP) in N.E.Poland as a case study. The BNP authorities are facing a tremendous and difficult problem to stop and reverse succession on 20.000 ha abandoned fen peat. Questions addressed during the workshop were 'Which extensive farming methods (grazing, mowing, cutting, and burning) are suitable for BNP-peatlands in view of the management objectives? Which methods are most feasible in view of the actual and future socio-economical environment of the BNP? Which management recommendation and research recommendations can be given to the BNP authorities?
    Remote sensing techniques and Geographic Information Systems for wetland conservation and management : monitoring scrub encroachment in Biebrza National Park
    Schmidt, A.M. ; Piórkowski, H. ; Bartoszuk, H. - \ 2001
    Delft : BCRS (NRSP-2 report 00-14) - ISBN 9789054113386 - 99
    wetlands - natuurbescherming - natuurreservaten - nationale parken - remote sensing - geografische informatiesystemen - struikbestrijding - vegetatie - monitoring - polen - wetlands - nature conservation - nature reserves - national parks - remote sensing - geographical information systems - scrub control - vegetation - monitoring - poland
    Application of nutrient balance sheets in analysis and design of agricultural systems: examples from the Netherlands and Poland : paper presented at the seminar "Scientific basis to mitigate the nutrient dispersion into the environment", held at Falenty-Nadarzyn, 13-14 December 1999
    Langeveld, J.W.A. - \ 2000
    Wageningen : Plant Research International (Note / Plant Research International 27) - 13
    plantenvoeding - stikstofkringloop - input-output analyse - polen - nederland - milieubescherming - plant nutrition - nitrogen cycle - input output analysis - poland - netherlands - environmental protection
    International excursion Hydrogeology-Poland, 3-10 September 2000
    Dijksma, R. - \ 2000
    Wageningen : Landbouwuniversiteit Wageningen (Rapport / Sectie Waterhuishouding, Departement Omgevingswetenschappen, Wageningen Universiteit 97) - 34
    grondwater - hydrologie - polen - hydrogeologie - groundwater - hydrology - poland - hydrogeology
    Effects of liming and nitrogen fertilizer application on soil acidity and gaseous nitrogen oxide emissions in grassland systems
    Oenema, O. ; Sapek, A. - \ 2000
    Raszyn, Poland : Instytut Melioracji i Uzytkow Zielonych (Institute for LandReclamation and Grassland Farming). - ISBN 9788385735908 - 102
    kalk - kalkmeststoffen - stikstofmeststoffen - verzuring - graslandgronden - polen - lime - liming materials - nitrogen fertilizers - acidification - grassland soils - poland
    This book contains 10 articles on the EU research project COGANOG (Controlling Gaseous Nitrogen Oxide Emissions from Grassland Farming Systems in Europe). The papers present the results of studies on the effects of liming and N fertilizer application
    Remote sensing techniques and geographic information systems for wetland conservation and management: monitoring scrub encroachment in Biebrza National Park
    Schmidt, A.M. ; Piórkowski, H. ; Bartoszuk, H. - \ 2000
    Wageningen : Alterra (Alterra-rapport 174) - 99
    wetlands - natuurbescherming - natuurreservaten - nationale parken - remote sensing - geografische informatiesystemen - struikbestrijding - vegetatie - monitoring - polen - wetlands - nature conservation - nature reserves - national parks - remote sensing - geographical information systems - scrub control - vegetation - monitoring - poland
    The Biebrza National Park in Poland is one of the most precious wetland areas in Europe. It was established in 1993 and designated Ramsar site in 1995. Despite its protection status, the open wetland landscape is currently being threatened by the encroachment of shrubs and trees, assumed to have a negative effect on biodiversity. The national park is looking for effective management strategies to halt this unwanted vegetation succession. Information is required on the current situation, the rate of scrub encroachment and the underlying causes, and more insight is needed into the different succession types, succession stages and phases (temporal aspects) and scrub expansion types (spatial aspects) in relation to site conditions. In the present project, the first step was made towards a scrub encroachment monitoring system based on remote sensing and GIS.
    Nederland helpt Polen met vernatting natuurgebied; hydrologische maatregelen in Biebrza-vallei
    Querner, E.P. - \ 1999
    H2O : tijdschrift voor watervoorziening en afvalwaterbehandeling 32 (1999)18. - ISSN 0166-8439 - p. 46 - 47.
    begrazing - dalen - wetlands - natuurreservaten - nationale parken - verdroging - hydrologie - herstel - polen - natuur - stroomdalen - grazing - valleys - wetlands - nature reserves - national parks - desiccation - hydrology - rehabilitation - poland - nature - stream valleys
    Het Biebrza Nationale Park in het noordoosten van Polen lijdt onder verdroging als gevolg van drainagekanalen t.b.v. de landbouw. Met het SIMGRO-model worden hydrologische herstelmaatregelen, zoals afdamming en demping van kanalen, doorgerekend, o.a. de consequenties voor grasgroei, berijdbaarheid voor hooien en begrazing met runderen
    Agricultural situation in Poland
    Stalenga, J. - \ 1998
    Wageningen : AB-DLO (Note / Agricultural Research Department, Research Institute for Agrobiology and Soil Fertility (AB-DLO) 144) - 26
    landbouw - polen - agriculture - poland
    Accession of the four Visegrad countries to the EU; Costs for the agricultural budget
    Berkum, S. van; Terluin, I.J. - \ 1995
    The Hague : LEI-DLO (Mededeling / Agricultural Economics Research Institute (LEI-DLO) 545) - ISBN 9789052423142 - 38
    overheidsbeleid - landbouwbeleid - agrarisch recht - landbouw - prijsbeleid - internationale samenwerking - integratie - polen - hongarije - tsjechië - slowakije - landen van de europese unie - economische samenwerking - government policy - agricultural policy - agricultural law - agriculture - price policy - international cooperation - integration - poland - hungary - czech republic - slovakia - european union countries - economic cooperation
    Veranderingsprocessen in de Hongaarse en Poolse landbouw sinds de omwenteling van 1989
    Berkum, S. van; Doorn, E. van - \ 1995
    Den Haag : LEI-DLO - ISBN 9789052422930 - 88
    landbouw - economische sectoren - handel - markten - marketing - marktconcurrentie - aanbodsevenwicht - landbouwsituatie - economische situatie - verbetering - innovaties - modernisering - hongarije - polen - landen van de europese unie - landbouw als bedrijfstak - economische verandering - agriculture - economic sectors - trade - markets - marketing - market competition - supply balance - agricultural situation - economic situation - improvement - innovations - modernization - hungary - poland - european union countries - agriculture as branch of economy - economic change
    Management problems of big farms in transition in Poland, September 1994, Bydgoszcz - Ciechocinek, Poland = Problemy zarzadzania restrukturyzowanymi przedsiebiorstwami rolnymi w Polsce, wrzesien 1994, Bydgoszcz - Ciechocinek, Poland
    Anonymous, - \ 1994
    Wageningen : IMAG-DLO [etc.]
    landbouw - agrarische bedrijfsvoering - polen - agriculture - farm management - poland
    Vakgroep Agronomie : excursie buitenland 1993, Polen, Tsjechie, Duitsland
    Halteren, J. van; Schrauwen, J. ; Wolfert, S. - \ 1993
    Wageningen : LU - 90
    landbouw - akkerbouw - tsjecho-slowakije - veldgewassen - duitse democratische republiek - polen - reisverslagen - agriculture - arable farming - czechoslovakia - field crops - german democratic republic - poland - travel reports
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