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Provedor de dados:  Organic Eprints
País:  Germany
Título:  Ackerwildkrautschutz in Luxemburg durch Schutzäcker, Feldflorareservate und Ökologische Landwirtschaft
Autores:  Lenerz, Maximilian
Elsen, T.
Schneider, Simone
Data:  2017
Ano:  2017
Palavras-chave:  Air and water emissions
Biodiversity and ecosystem services
Environmental aspects
Resumo:  Arable plants are becoming increasingly rare in today's cultural landscape and belong to the most endangered plant species in Luxemburg. Their main threat is the intensification of agriculture, where high usage of pesticides and fertilizer, better seed cleaning methods and the abandonment of marginal yield sites all negatively affect arable plant communities. Another factor is the loss of (potential) habitat due to the expansion of settlements and subsequent loss of agricultural lands. The dire situation calls for urgent action. Within the framework of the bachelor thesis of the first author, a concept for the protection of arable plants in Luxembourg was developed. The following article describes and discusses the four most promising applied approaches to arable plant conservation identified in the course of this work, namely organic farming, two types of “conservation fields” (“Schutzacker” and “Feldflorareservat”) and pesticide-free field margins.
Tipo:  Conference paper, poster, etc.
Idioma:  Alemão

Lenerz, Maximilian; Elsen, T. and Schneider, Simone (2017) Ackerwildkrautschutz in Luxemburg durch Schutzäcker, Feldflorareservate und Ökologische Landwirtschaft. Poster at: 14. Wissenschaftstagung Ökologischer Landbau, Campus Weihenstephan, Freising-Weihenstephan, 07.-10. März 2017.
Editor:  Verlag Dr. Köster, Berlin
Formato:  application/pdf

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