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Legumes for mitigation of climate change and feedstock in a bio-based economy - a review Organic Eprints
Jensen, Erik S.; Peoples, Mark B.; Boddey, Robert M.; Gresshoff, Peter M.; Hauggaard-Nielsen, Henrik; Alves, Bruno J.R.; Morrison, Malcolm J..
Legumes are unique plants which contribute with several functions and services of great value for agriculture and society. Including legume food, forage and tree crops in farming systems is one approach to mitigate climate change. We have shown that the ability of the legumes to fix there own N via the symbiosis with rhizobia will reduce CO2 and N2O emissions compared to crops fertilized with industrial N. There is, however, a requirement to better understand the potential residual effects of legumes on N2O emissions. We have similarly shown that legumes have a key role in soilC sequestration and that the inclusion of legumes as sole crops, cover crops or intercrops usually enhances the rate of soil C accumulation even within relative short time periods....
Tipo: Journal paper Palavras-chave: Recycling; Balancing and resource management Air and water emissions Greenhouses and coverings Farm nutrient management.
Ano: 2011 URL: http://orgprints.org/18984/4/18984.pdf
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Legumes for mitigation of climate change and feedstock in a bio-based economy - a review Organic Eprints
Jensen, Erik S.; Peoples, Mark B.; Boddey, Robert M.; Gresshoff, Peter M.; Hauggaard-Nielsen, Henrik; Alves, Bruno J.R.; Morrison, Malcolm J..
Legumes are unique plants which contribute with several functions and services of great value for agriculture and society. Including legume food, forage and tree crops in farming systems is one approach to mitigate climate change. We have shown that the ability of the legumes to fix there own N via the symbiosis with rhizobia will reduce CO2 and N2O emissions compared to crops fertilized with industrial N. There is, however, a requirement to better understand the potential residual effects of legumes on N2O emissions. We have similarly shown that legumes have a key role in soilC sequestration and that the inclusion of legumes as sole crops, cover crops or intercrops usually enhances the rate of soil C accumulation even within relative short time periods....
Tipo: Journal paper Palavras-chave: Recycling; Balancing and resource management Air and water emissions Greenhouses and coverings Farm nutrient management.
Ano: 2011 URL: http://orgprints.org/19655/4/19655.pdf
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Legumes for mitigation of climate change and the provision of feedstock for biofuels and biorefineries. A review Organic Eprints
Jensen, Erik S.; Peoples, Mark B.; Boddey, Robert M.; Gresshoff, Peter M.; Hauggaard-Nielsen, Henrik; Alves, Bruno J.R.; Morrison, Malcolm J..
Legumes are unique plants which contribute with several functions and services of great value for agriculture and society. Including legume food, forage and tree crops in farming systems is one approach to mitigate climate change. We have shown that the ability of the legumes to fix there own N via the symbiosis with rhizobia will reduce CO2 and N2O emissions compared to crops fertilized with industrial N. There is, however, a requirement to better understand the potential residual effects of legumes on N2O emissions. We have similarly shown that legumes have a key role in soilC sequestration and that the inclusion of legumes as sole crops, cover crops or intercrops usually enhances the rate of soil C accumulation even within relative short time periods....
Tipo: Journal paper Palavras-chave: Recycling; Balancing and resource management Air and water emissions Greenhouses and coverings Farm nutrient management.
Ano: 2012 URL: http://orgprints.org/20912/4/19655.pdf
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The Use of Legumes for Agro-Energy and Non-Food Purposes Organic Eprints
Jensen, Erik Steen; Hauggaard-Nielsen, Henrik; Peoples, Mark B.; Gresshoff, Peter M.; Vance, Carroll P..
The vision of a more “bio-based economy” will mitigate global climate change by substituting fossil resources for energy and industrial raw materials by sustainable biomass resources, potentially refined to high value chemicals, materials and fuels in biorefinery concepts. Legume-based cropping systems can play a significant role for such paradigm shift, also when taking into account a potential adoption of less meat-intensive diets. The aim of this review is to evaluate the current knowledge and potential of legume use for agro-energy and other non-food purposes. Legumes contribute protein rich food and feed but also many other interesting compounds, which can be refined for pharmaceuticals, surfactants or food additives (e.g. saponins, isoflavonoids,...
Tipo: Conference paper, poster, etc. Palavras-chave: Environmental aspects; Farm nutrient management.
Ano: 2010 URL: http://orgprints.org/18948/2/18948.pdf
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