Inventarisatie van maatregelen voor een betere verbinding van land- en tuinbouw met natuur

Rémon ter Harmsel, Charlotte Nederpel, Paul Ruigrok, Arjen de Groot, Bas Allema (Contributor), Jelle Hiemstra (Contributor), Hilfred Huiting (Contributor), Gerben Messelink (Contributor), Casper Slootweg (Contributor), Ivo Roessink (Contributor), Louise Wipfler

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This report provides a description of measures which can be applied to improve the connection between agri- and horticulture and nature. The goal of this is working towards resilient farming systems, as one of the components mentioned in the Future Vision Crop Protection 2030 and accessory Implementation Program. Based on a broad inventory and external consultation among chain parties, farmer collectives and individual farmers, all measures which can make an important contribution to this goal have been identified and reviewed.Four (groups off) production types have been distinguished, being outdoor arable farming, fruit and tree cultivation, flower bulb cultivation and greenhouse horticulture. All measures have been assessed on their contribution to the goals of the Implementation Program, applicability and benefit to the overall biodiversity.
Original languageDutch
Place of PublicationWageningen
PublisherWageningen Environmental Research
Number of pages101
Publication statusPublished - Aug 2022

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NameRapport / Wageningen Environmental Research
ISSN (Print)1566-7197

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