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"INTERREG programm" projekt V170229VLST
V170229VLST "Sõnnikustandardite arendamine parendamaks jätkusuutlikku toitainete kasutamist ja vähendamaks saasteainete emissioone (1.10.2017−30.09.2019)", Allan Kaasik, Eesti Maaülikool, veterinaarmeditsiini ja loomakasvatuse instituut.
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V170229VLST
Sõnnikustandardite arendamine parendamaks jätkusuutlikku toitainete kasutamist ja vähendamaks saasteainete emissioone
Advanced manure standards for sustainable nutrient management and reduced emissions
Advanced manure standards for sustainable nutrient management and reduced emissions
MANURE STANDARDS
1.10.2017
30.09.2019
Teadus- ja arendusprojekt
INTERREG programm
ETIS klassifikaatorAlamvaldkondCERCS klassifikaatorFrascati Manual’i klassifikaatorProtsent
1. Bio- ja keskkonnateadused1.6. PõllumajandusteadusB420 Põllumajandusloomade söötmistehnoloogia ja ainevahetusuuringud4.4 Põllumajanduslik biotehnoloogia100,0
AsutusRiikTüüp
Euroopa Regionaalarengu FondEuroopa Liitfond
PerioodSumma
01.10.2017−30.09.2019104 427,00 EUR
104 427,00 EUR

Agriculture releases large amounts of nutrients into the Baltic Sea, with a significant amount of emissions from animal manure. In this project, policy makers, authorities, advisors, farmers and researchers create, test and implement tools to determine manure standards for farming practices and policy instruments. The new manure standards are to improve nutrient recycling and reduce nutrient inflow in the Baltic Sea. Summary A reliable basis for better use of manure Efficient management of manure is an important way to reduce nutrient loading to the Baltic Sea. Valuable manure nutrients should be recycled more effectively. Reliable information on manure quantity and quality is a prerequisite for resource-efficient manure management, fertilization and processing into new products. Baltic-wide cooperation for advanced manure standards All Baltic Sea countries have own systems for determining manure quantity and quality. This results in variable, incomparable manure data across the region. The project MANURE STANDARDS develops new Baltic guidelines for manure data provision. They are to improve the comparability of manure data, transparency of the national systems, allowing the countries to learn from each other, and guarantee a level playing field for practical manure use and manure policies. The project also assesses the impact of using this new manure data on the environment and farm economy. Benefit to farmers, advisors, policymakers, research and business The improved quality and the comparability of manure data allows for more precise manure fertilization plans and farm-level nutrient book keeping. It also serves as a tool towards more effective policy instruments directing manure use. Furthermore, this supports planning towards nutrient recycling via manure processing. Implementation in national actions results in enhanced manure nutrient recycling and reduced emission also in transnational scale.
https://www.luke.fi/manurestandards/en/frontpage/
AsutusRollRiikTüüpKommentaar
Eesti Taimekasvatuse InstituutpartnerEesti VabariikTA asutushttp://www.etki.ee/index.php/
Aarhus UniversitetetpartnerTaani Kuningriikülikoolhttp://www.au.dk/
Agricultural Advisory Center in BrwinówpartnerPoola VabariikTA asutushttp://www.cdr.gov.pl/
Central Union of Agricultural Producers and Forest Owners (MTK)partnerSoome Vabariikmuuwww.mtk.fi
Danish Agriculture and Food Council, SEGESpartnerTaani Kuningriikmuuwww.seges.dk
Finnish Environment Institute SYKE partnerSoome VabariikTA asutuswww.syke.fi
Helsinki Commission (HELCOM)partnerSoome Vabariikmuuhttp://www.helcom.fi/
Institute of Agroengineering and Environmental Problems in Agricultural Production (IEEP)partnerVenemaa FöderatsioonTA asutushttps://www.sznii.ru/
Institute of Soil Science and Plant Cultivation – State Research InstitutepartnerPoola VabariikTA asutuswww.iung.pulawy.pl
Interregional Public Organization – Society for Assistance of Sustainable Rural DevelopmentpartnerVenemaa FöderatsioonTA asutuswww.ruraldev.ru
Julius Kühn InstitutepartnerSaksamaa LiitvabariikTA asutushttps://www.julius-kuehn.de/en/
Latvian Farmers’ ParliamentpartnerLäti Vabariikmuuhttp://zemniekusaeima.lv/en/about-us/
Lithuanian University of Health SciencespartnerLeedu Vabariikülikoolhttp://www.lsmuni.lt/en/
Natural Resources Institute Finland (Luke)koordinaatorSoome VabariikTA asutushttp://www.luke.fi
Pskov Agrotechnical CollegepartnerVenemaa Föderatsioonülikoolwww.psksht.ru
RISE Research Institutes of SwedenpartnerRootsi KuningriikTA asutuswww.ri.se
Swedish Board of AgriculturepartnerRootsi Kuningriikmuuhttp://www.jordbruksverket.se/
The State Plant Protection Service of Latvia – Agrochemical laboratorypartnerLäti VabariikTA asutushttp://www.vaad.gov.lv/english.aspx