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Flere tusen tonn potensiell gjødsel går tapt hvert år

Hatlevoll, Marie (2024) Flere tusen tonn potensiell gjødsel går tapt hvert år. [Several thousand tons of fertilizer get lost every year.] Bondebladet, 25 April 2024, p. 25.

[thumbnail of Bondebladet April 25 2024 p 25 interview MariGreen AK Loes.pdf] PDF - English

Summary in the original language of the document

Anne-Kristin Løes forsker på hvordan marint restråstoff kan
utnyttes i landbruket. Mulighetene er mange, men veien til
et kommersielt produkt ser foreløpig ut til å være lang. Fiskebein inneholder mye fosfor, som er en begrenset ressurs. Dessuten inneholder de mye nitrogen. Mye beinrikt restråstoff fra fisk som torsk, sei og hyse går tapt når det ikke lenger er etterspørsel etter pelsdyrfôr.

Summary translation

At NORSØK, several projects have been conducted to study the application of marine materials as fertilisers. Large volumes of materials are available, and bone-rich material from "white fish" (cod, saithe etc.) is especially relevant. It contains significant concentrations of both nitrogen and phosphorus. Since the fur animal industry was banned in Norway, much of the material which was previously applied as feed is now poorly utilised.

EPrint Type:Newspaper or magazine article
Keywords:phosphorus, nitrogen, MariGreen
Agrovoc keywords:
fertilisers -> fertilizers
fish wastes
Subjects: Crop husbandry > Composting and manuring
Food systems > Recycling, balancing and resource management
Research affiliation: Norway > NORSØK - Norwegian Centre for Organic Agriculture
Related Links:http://www.marigreen-project.eu/, https://www.norsok.no/en/projects/2021/sustainable-utilization-of-marine-resources-to-foster-green-plant-production-in-europe-marigreen
Deposited By: Løes, Anne-Kristin
ID Code:53460
Deposited On:09 Jun 2024 17:51
Last Modified:09 Jun 2024 17:51
Document Language:Norwegian/Norsk
Refereed:Not peer-reviewed

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