Publication Towards climate-smart sustainable management of agricultural soils in Flanders - Part 2


Part II: EJP SOIL survey on current research knowledge and stakeholder views on knowledge needs, barriers and opportunities for the knowledge system

The aim of this report is

  1. to summarize available research knowledge and research needs (Chapter 3) on the prevalence, monitoring and modeling of the soil challenges defined in the EJP SOIL glossary (see ILVO mededeling 271 Annex I) and the soil management options to tackle these challenges, and
  2. to inventory stakeholder views (Chapter 4) on the prioritization of soil challenges that are expected to be relevant in Flanders in the upcoming decades, knowledge use and needs regarding sustainable soil management and barriers and opportunities for the knowledge system.


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