1s6b: Effects of soil management options on soil functions: results from four long-term experiments in the Netherlands
A current policy goal is that all Dutch soils are sustainably managed by 2030. The policy is focused on carbon sequestration in soils and climate adaptation. Soil management options, tested in four long term experiments in the Netherlands for at least 8 years, were evaluated on their contribution to five soil functions (primary productivity, water purification and regulation, biodiversity and habitat provision, nutrient cycling and climate regulation in the form of carbon sequestration) relative to standard practice. In addition, the management options are evaluated on practical applicability (needed knowledge and competences, equipment, labour requirements and cost-benefits).Â
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