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Short duration overnight kraaling as a soil restoration strategy
Problem context Short duration overnight cattle kraaling for 7-14 days is a new innovative rangeland restoration management practice to improve grass biomass and abundance of palatable grass species. After kraaling soil fertilit ...
Supervisor: Luuk Fleskens, Allan Sebata (NUST)

Department: Soil Physics and Land Management group
 
Conductivity near saturation solving a puzzle
Problem context Most soils in the Netherlands are mapped in soil maps: an aggregation of soils distributed in the different areas. Within soil hydro-physics research, these soils are parameterized such that calculations of the m ...
Supervisor: Klaas Metselaar
Department: Soil Physics and Land Management group
 
Edible cities
Problem context There is this idea that social cohesion can be fostered, and a large number of challenges addressed by community supported agriculture, urban farming, urban greening and any number of small and local initiative.  ...
Supervisor: Klaas Metselaar
Department: Soil Physics and Land Management group
 
Soil macroinvertebrates distribution in conventional and organic farms
Pesticides are heavily used in agriculture to reduce crop losses due to pests, weeds and pathogens. Between 1961 and 2011 the global agricultural production more than tripled, largely due to pesticide use. Currently, global pestic ...
Supervisor: violette.geissen, Esperanza Huerta Lwanga & Tamas Salanki
Department: Soil Physics and Land Management group
 
ViTE - Vineyard Terraced landscapes: understanding the Environmental constraints to improve sustainable managements
Problem context Mediterranean vineyard terrace landscapes are increasingly threatened by land degradation processes Their environmental, economic and cultural value are recognised by e g UNESCO, but a holistic approach to their c ...
Supervisor: Teun Vogel
Department: Soil Physics and Land Management group
 
Agroecology as a concept for sustainable agricultural intensification in southern Africa
Low agricultural productivity is a key barrier to sustainable development in the global South. Current agricultural practices are moreover often unsustainable, leading to land degradation and vulnerability to climatic and other di ...
Supervisor: Luuk Fleskens
Department: Soil Physics and Land Management group
 
Designing a tool for need-based and spatially explicit agricultural management advice
The European Commission have expressed that the approach of the future common agricultural policy will be need-based and targeted. This requires mapping of the heterogeneity of needs within Europe, and it requires that agricultura ...
Supervisor: Luuk Fleskens
Department: Soil Physics and Land Management group
 
GIS mapping and database management for rehabilitation planning in the Langkloof
Problem context Efficient and effective rehabilitation is based on good spatial planning that can support farmers and rehabilitation implementors however, inadequate data and poor database management hamper the ability to do thi ...
Supervisor: Michel Riksen
Department: Soil Physics and Land Management group
 
Honeybush tea Cultivation in the Langkloof
Problem context Honeybush grows wild in the mountains of the Langkloof and is harvested to make tea. With increasing market demand for honeybush tea, cultivation of honeybush can potentially take pressure off of wild tea and min ...
Supervisor: Michel Riksen
Department: Soil Physics and Land Management group
 
Ecological rehabilitation and veld (rangeland) management in the Baviaanskloof
Problem context Poor veld management practices have resulted in degraded agricultural lands that require interventions to increase productivity, reduce soil erosion and increase water infiltration. Research Objective/Questio ...
Supervisor: Michel Riksen
Department: Soil Physics and Land Management group
 
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