Hydrologische en landbouwkundige effecten van gebruik 'onderwaterdrains' op veengrond = Hydrological and agricultural effects of the use of submerged drains on peatsoil

I.E. Hoving, G. André, J.J.H. van den Akker, M. Pleijter

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Abstract

Submerged drains in the shape of fixed tube drainage level out the groundwater on peaty soil; the groundwater level is levelled up during the six summer months and levelled down in the six winter months. The level of the ditchwater, however, is crucial here. Submerged drains make it possible, by a little level increase, to reduce peat subsidence, without harming the agricultural use of the grassland
Original languageDutch
Place of PublicationLelystad
PublisherAnimal Sciences Group
Number of pages68
Publication statusPublished - 2008

Publication series

NameRapport / Animal Sciences Group
PublisherAnimal Sciences Group
No.102

Keywords

  • grasslands
  • peat soils
  • subsidence
  • ditches
  • subsurface irrigation
  • groundwater level
  • agrohydrology
  • utrecht

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