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Can living mulches in intercropping systems reduce the potential nitrate leaching? Studies of organic cauliflower (Brassica oleracea L. var. botrytis) and leek (Allium porrum L.) production across European conditions Organic Eprints
Xie, Yue; Tittarelli, Fabio; von Fragstein, Peter; Bavec, Martina; Canali, Stefano; Kristensen, Hanne Lakkenborg.
The effect of introduction strategy for living mulches (LMs) to reduce the potential nitrate leaching was investigated when grown with vegetables with high nitrogen (N) demand and low use efficiency in four European countries: Italy, Slovenia, Germany and Denmark over 2 yr. The plant N uptake and soil nitrate N content at harvest, in the autumn, and in the following spring were measured below open-pollinated and hybrid cultivars of cauliflower and leek crops. The cultivars performed differently over the 2 yr. In Italy and Slovenia, when LM of burr medic or white clover was broad sown (addition design ADD) at the same time as crop transplanting, the N uptake of crops was hampered without increasing the total aboveground N accumulation. Delaying LM sowing by...
Tipo: Journal paper Palavras-chave: Crop combinations and interactions; Nutrient turnover; Vegetables; Environmental aspects.
Ano: 2017 URL: http://orgprints.org/32018/1/Xie%20et%20al%20RAFS%202017.pdf
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compost-based nursery substrates: effect of peat substitution on organic melon seedlings Organic Eprints
Tittarelli, Fabio; Rea, E.; Verrastro, V.; Pascual, J.A.; Canali, S.; Ceglie, F.G.; Trinchera, A.; Rivera, C.M..
A bovine manure compost (BMC) and a green compost (GC) were evaluated as components of substrates in partial substitution of peat for organic melon seedlings production. Treatments, differentiated on the basis of the volume percentage of the two analysed composts, were compared to the control (a mixture of peat, coconut fibre and perlite). In order to respect the guidelines of organic production, all the treatments were fertilised, at the beginning of the trial, with guano. Compost-based substrates were analysed for physical, physicochemical and chemical parameters (bulk density, porosity, pH, EC, nutrients content etc.). Even though significant differences were observed, recorded values were in the range of acceptability for growing media. In terms of...
Tipo: Journal paper Palavras-chave: Composting and manuring Recycling; Balancing and resource management Greenhouses and coverings.
Ano: 2009
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compost-based nursery substrates: effect of peat substitution on organic melon seedlings Organic Eprints
Tittarelli, Fabio; Rea, E.; Verrastro, V.; Pascual, J.A.; Canali, S.; Ceglie, F.G.; Trinchera, A.; Rivera, C.M..
A bovine manure compost (BMC) and a green compost (GC) were evaluated as components of substrates in partial substitution of peat for organic melon seedlings production. Treatments, differentiated on the basis of the volume percentage of the two analysed composts, were compared to the control (a mixture of peat, coconut fibre and perlite). In order to respect the guidelines of organic production, all the treatments were fertilised, at the beginning of the trial, with guano. Compost-based substrates were analysed for physical, physicochemical and chemical parameters (bulk density, porosity, pH, EC, nutrients content etc.). Even though significant differences were observed, recorded values were in the range of acceptability for growing media. In terms of...
Tipo: Journal paper Palavras-chave: Composting and manuring Recycling; Balancing and resource management Greenhouses and coverings.
Ano: 2009 URL: http://orgprints.org/19048/1/Tittarelli_et_al._2009.pdf
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EFFECT OF LIVING MULCH MANAGEMENT ON NITROGEN DYNAMICS IN THE SOIL – PLANT SYSTEM OF CAULIFLOWER Organic Eprints
Tittarelli, Fabio; Kristensen, H.L.; Campanelli, G.; Bavec , F.; von Fragstein, P.; Testani, E.; Robacer , M.; Canali, S..
Living mulch management may have an effect on production of the crop and nutrient competition between the plant species in the field. In this paper, the amount of soil mineral nitrogen (N) available in the top soil during the cauliflower growing cycle and N uptake of the different components of the system were determined in two experimental sites in Italy and Slovenia where two different systems of living mulch management were compared (early sowed, late sowed) with a system with no living mulch. Moreover, nutritional competition of a hybrid and two open pollinated cultivars against weeds and living mulch was evaluated.
Tipo: Conference paper, poster, etc. Palavras-chave: Crop combinations and interactions.
Ano: 2014 URL: http://orgprints.org/23905/1/23905_Tittarelli_MM.pdf
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Evaluation of organic matter stability during the composting process of agroindustrial wastes. Organic Eprints
Tittarelli, Fabio; Trinchera, Alessandra; Intrigliolo, Francesco; Benedetti, Anna.
Composting of wastes from citrus industrial processing (pastazzo and sludge) was studied in order to evaluate the evolution of organic matter during the process and to individuate chemical and/or biochemical techniques able to set the stability of the final product. Composts from two open-air piles of different composition were sampled every month during the whole period of composting (5 months) and the organic matter of each sample was characterised by chemical and biochemical techniques. Humification rate (HR%) and humification index (HI) were determined. Extracted organic matter of six samples collected for each compost was investigated by isoelectric-focusing technique (IEF). The biochemical analysis was based on the study of C-mineralisation after the...
Tipo: Book chapter Palavras-chave: Recycling; Balancing and resource management Composting and manuring.
Ano: 2002 URL: http://orgprints.org/8184/1/Tittarelli_final_version.pdf
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Final report on aquaculture (Part A) Organic Eprints
Beck, Alexander; Bouilhol, M.; Ball, K.; Cabaret, Jacques; Halberg, Niels; Ivanova-Peneva, Sonya; Melby Jespersen, Lizzie; Lampkin, Nicolas; Lembo, Guiseppe; Moritz, Robin F.A.; Ruiz, R.G.; Speiser, Bernhard; Tittarelli, Fabio.
In consideration of: • the lack of organic juveniles reported by some MS; • the restriction on the movement of live animals between countries and regions based on the Council Directive (EC) No 88/20062; • the reluctance of farmers to introduce on their farms animals which could be unsuitable for the local (geographical) environment (e.g. genetic or population traits, resistance to different diseases, growth performances, reproductive cycle, behavioural characteristics, etc.); and • the lack in the Commission Regulation (EC) No 889/20083 of specific organic rules for managing the life cycle stage between the hatching and the weaning of juveniles, the Group supports the use of non-organic juveniles, for on-growing purposes, when organic aquaculture...
Tipo: Report Palavras-chave: Aquaculture.
Ano: 2013 URL: http://orgprints.org/25618/1/final_report_egtop_on_aquaculture_part-a_en.pdf
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Final Report on Feed Organic Eprints
Beck, Alexander; Cabaret, Jacques; Halberg, Niels; Ivanova-Peneva, Sonya; Melby Jespersen, Lizzie; Kretzschmar, Ursula; Lampkin, Nicolas; Lembo, Guiseppe; Monod, Mariane; Moritz, Robin; de la Plaza Pérez, José Luis; Speiser, Bernhard; Tittarelli, Fabio.
The expert group for technical advice on organic production (EGTOP; thereafter called „the Group‟) in replying to point a) of the mandate concerning substances assessment concludes on the basis of the knowledge available in the group and information provided with the dossiers and by the Commission that: E 535 Sodium ferrocyanide anti-caking material, should be approved for use as a feed additive in salt for organic animal feed, subject to: - a maximum dose rate of 20 mg/kg NaCl (the maximum defined for human food) and - a limited time period, in order to provide a legal basis for current practice in the short term and to encourage the adoption of preferred carbonate alternatives longer term. E 566 Natrolite-Phonolite anti-caking material should be...
Tipo: Report Palavras-chave: Feeding and growth; Policy environments and social economy.
Ano: 2011 URL: http://orgprints.org/19563/1/final_report_on_feed_to_be_published_en.pdf
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Final report on Fertilizers and soil conditioners Organic Eprints
Beck, Alexander; Cabaret, Jacques; Halberg, Niels; Ivanova-Peneva, Sonya; Melby Jespersen, Lizzie; Kretschmar, Ursula; Lampkin, Nicolas; Lembo, Guiseppe; Monod, Mariane; Moritz, Robin F.A.; José Luis, de la Plaza Pérez; Speiser, Bernhard; Tittarelli, Fabio.
The expert group for technical advice on organic production (EGTOP; thereafter called „the Group‟) has discussed whether the use of the substances/products/techniques mentioned below is in line with objectives, criteria and principles as well as the general rules laid down in Council Regulation (EC) 834/2007 and whether they can therefore be authorised in organic production under the EU legislation. The Group concluded the following: - Hydrolysed proteins from animal by-product origin are in line with the objectives, criteria and principles of organic farming and should be included in Annex I to Commission Regulation (EC) No 889/2008, with the following restrictions: (i) Chemical hydrolysis only exceptionally acceptable in cases where it is required by...
Tipo: Report Palavras-chave: Composting and manuring; Soil.
Ano: 2011 URL: http://orgprints.org/19564/1/final_report_on_fertilizers_to_be_published_en.pdf
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Greenrelisient: Agroecological approch to organic greenhouse production in Europe Organic Eprints
Tittarelli, Fabio; Morra, Luigi; Testani, Elena; Ciaccia, Corrado.
All over Europe, organic greenhouse production systems are usually very intensive, which threatens their sustainability and the consumer trust. The implementation of less intensive production systems based on low energy consumption, appropriate crop rotations, use of agroecological service crops, and local organic inputs is possible at almost any latitude in Europe.
Tipo: Conference paper, poster, etc. Palavras-chave: Recycling; Balancing and resource management Air and water emissions Vegetables.
Ano: 2018 URL: http://orgprints.org/33388/1/tittarelli-etal-2018-poster%20GRABIT_20180621.pdf
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Greenresilient: How to implement agroecological practices in organic greenhouse production in Europe Organic Eprints
Tittarelli, Fabio.
Project flyer of the Greenresilient project. The main objective of the Greenresilient project (Organic and bio-dynamic vegetable production in low-energy GREENhouses – sustainable, RESILIENT and innovative foodproduction systems) is to demonstrate that an agroecological approach to greenhouse production is feasible and allows the establishment of robust agroecosystems in different European areas.
Tipo: Other Palavras-chave: Greenhouses and coverings.
Ano: 2018 URL: http://orgprints.org/33541/1/greenresilient_leaflet.pdf
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Greenresilient: How to set a pitfall trap to assess spiders and predatory beetles Organic Eprints
Tittarelli, Fabio; Kemper, Laura.
Pitfall traps are used in the GREENRESILIENT project to assess the abundance and diversity of soil-dwelling spiders and predatory beetles. This video shows how to set a pitfall trap.
Tipo: Video Palavras-chave: Biodiversity and ecosystem services.
Ano: 2019
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Organic substrate for transplant production in organic nurseries. A review Organic Eprints
Pascual, Jose Antonio; Ceglie, Francesco; Tuzel, Yuksel; Koller, Martin; Koren, Amnon; Hitchings, Roger; Tittarelli, Fabio.
A transplant can be defined as a seedling or sprouted vegetative propagation material grown in a substrate or in the field, for transfer to the final cropping site. Nurseries use a range of growing media in the production of transplants, and the quality of a substrate may be defined in terms of its feasibility for the intended use and also according to the climatic condition of the production site. Peat is the worldwide standard substrate, but because of its origin and the increasing environmental and ecological concerns, new alternatives have been proposed for organic production. Here, we reviewed these new alternatives, assuming that the proposed growing media will need to respond in a proper way to specific plant requirements while also taking them into...
Tipo: Journal paper Palavras-chave: Composting and manuring Greenhouses and coverings Breeding; Genetics and propagation.
Ano: 2018 URL: http://orgprints.org/33304/1/Pascual_2018-%2872%29-%20A%20Review-Organic%20substrate%20for%20transplant%20production.pdf
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