Difference between revisions of "Integrated manure management"

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|Component=Nutrient balances;
 
|Component=Nutrient balances;
 
|Description=Integrated manure management, where for example all manure under the baseline scenario ends up outside the agricultural system (e.g. manure used as fuel, is recycled in crop systems to  substitute fertiliser. In addition, there is improved integration of animal manure in crop systems, particularly in industrialised countries.
 
|Description=Integrated manure management, where for example all manure under the baseline scenario ends up outside the agricultural system (e.g. manure used as fuel, is recycled in crop systems to  substitute fertiliser. In addition, there is improved integration of animal manure in crop systems, particularly in industrialised countries.
|Keyword=Agriculture; Animal husbandry; Energy; Land use; Manure
 
 
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Revision as of 14:20, 7 March 2014

Description: Integrated manure management, where for example all manure under the baseline scenario ends up outside the agricultural system (e.g. manure used as fuel, is recycled in crop systems to substitute fertiliser. In addition, there is improved integration of animal manure in crop systems, particularly in industrialised countries.
Is implemented in: Nutrient balances


Associated policy response component

Component: Land and biodiversity policies
Page: Land and biodiversity policies/Agricultural production system

Effects of this policy intervention on components