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Afforestation of Agricultural Land Proceedings O F A Workshop in the Community Programme of Research and Technological Development in the Field of C (EUR (Luxembourg)) by K. R. Volz

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Published by European Communities .
Written in English


  • EU & European institutions,
  • Forestry & silviculture: practice & techniques,
  • Forest Management,
  • Science/Mathematics

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ContributionsN. Weber (Editor)
The Physical Object
Number of Pages306
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL12908855M
ISBN 109282662985
ISBN 109789282662984

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Afforestation of marginal agricultural land in the Lower Effects of afforestation of agricultural land with grey alder (Alnus incana (L.) Moench) on soil chemical properties, comparing two contrasting soil groups December DOI: /s The article deals with the afforestation of agricultural land in the rural regions of Poland's eastern borderland. It presents changes in the area and dynamics of afforestation there and the spatial distribution of its intensity. Also identified are the determinants of farmland Under the Soil Bank Act, , 85, ha. of agricultural land were withdrawn from agricultural production in order to reduce the large surpluses of grain and butter in Finland. Farmers may afforest their soil-bank land partly on subsidies from public funds and, if they choose to do so, they receive a compensation of Fmk for 15 years instead of for 9 years, which is the maximum duration

English title: Afforestation of agricultural land under soil bank contracts. Abstract. Under the soil bank act, which took effect in , 85, hectares of agricultural land were withdrawn from agricultural production in order to cut down the heavy surpluses of grain and butter in Finland. The farmers have a possibility to afforest their soil VM Adoption of Sustainable Agricultural Land Management, v 14 VM Soil Carbon Quantification Methodology, v 14 VM Quantifying N2O Emissions Reductions in Agricultural Crops through Nitrogen Fertilizer Rate Reduction, v 14 Afforestation of agricultural land in the Netherlands: state of the art in policy and policy research: Auteur(s) Wit, A.P.W.D. de: Titel: Programme de recherche Agrimed: 7e colloque du Grempa, Groupe de recherche et d'etude mediterraneen pour le pistachier et l'amandier: recueil des communications, Reus (Tarragone), Espagne, 17 - 19 juin The total SOC fraction was composed of MOC (%) > cfPOC (%) > iPOC (%) = ffPOC (%). We conclude that the afforestation of former arable land with trees (robinia and poplar) can provide a greater increase in the SOC in the physical structure of the soil than shrubland (caragana and buckthorn), especially for the ://

Book PDF Available. dark green-productive agricultural land). of land for afforestation, and assess if limitations to land availability will ://   The beneficiary’s land is located on a difficult, mountainous terrain of poor soil fertility and thus was not suitable for any kind of profitable cultivation. As the beneficiary wanted to avoid the wild overgrowth of blackthorn, the only solution was the investment in an afforestation ://   An afforestation programme for marginal and abandoned agricultural land was analysed. • Land cover change was mainly due to forest fires. • The species were well selected and the levels of afforestation success were high. • Pure and mixed cork oak stands can improve farm’s :// Coniferous afforestation of abandoned agricultural land. Foreign Title: Les boisements en résineux des terres délaissées par l'agriculture. Author(s): Champs, J. de. Author Affiliation: Afocel Centre-Ouest, Les Vaseix, Verneuil, Vienne, ://