Huisvuilcompost en zuiveringsslib als organische meststoffen voor bouwlandgewassen op een zware rivierkleigrond in de Bommelerwaard, in vergelijking met stalmest, groenbemesting en turfmolm = Refuse compost and sewage sludge as organic manures for arable crops on a heavy fluviatile clay in the Bommelerwaard, compared with farmyard manure, green manure and peat moss

S. de Haan, J. Lubbers

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    Abstract

    In the period 1952-1980 experiments were carried out with potato, sugar beet and spring wheat grown in a fixed rotation. The parameters measured included chemical composition of the soil and of the organic materials applied, crop yields, underwater weight of potatoes and micro-elements (heavy metals). Compost application may give rise to higher yields than mineral fertilizer alone, but when nitrogen is released too late it may cause a reduction in underwater weight of potatoes, a reduction in sugar content of sugar beet and a reduction in grain/straw ratio in cereals
    Original languageDutch
    Place of PublicationHaren (Gr.)
    PublisherI.B.
    Number of pages47
    Publication statusPublished - 1984

    Publication series

    NameRapport / Instituut voor Bodemvruchtbaarheid
    No.no. 15-84

    Keywords

    • beta vulgaris
    • clay soils
    • hexaploidy
    • organic fertilizers
    • potatoes
    • refuse
    • sewage sludge
    • solanum tuberosum
    • sugarbeet
    • triticum aestivum
    • wheat
    • netherlands
    • bommelerwaard
    • gelderland

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