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Integrated farming in practice: balanced use of phosphate and potassium fertilizers possible, dependence on pesticides remains



Integrated farming in practice: balanced use of phosphate and potassium fertilizers possible, dependence on pesticides remains



PAV Bulletin Vollegrondsgroenteteelt (December): 15-19



Studies were carried out during 1996-98 on 19 farms in the provinces of Limburg, Noord-Brabant and Noord-Holland, and the region of SW Netherlands to compare integrated farming systems for field crops. Data are presented on P, K, mineral N, and NO3 levels in soil, as well as the use of fungicides, herbicides and insecticides in 12 field crops. Farmers are positive about the guidelines for the use of P and K fertilizers and the LDS (low dose system) for herbicides.

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