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Maizification of the Landscape for Biogas Production?
Identifying the Likelihood of Silage Maize for Biogas in Brandenburg from 2008-2018
The development of biogas production in Germany has reshaped agricultural land use and production schemes since the implementation of the Renewable Energy Sources Act in 2000. It is associated with a widespread introduction ...
The Plurality of Farmers’ Views on Soil Management Calls for a Policy Mix
While soil degradation is continuing to threaten the global agricultural production system, a common understanding of how to encourage sustainable soil management is missing. With this study, we aim to provide new insights ...
Why do farmers care about rented land?
Unravelling the influence of tenure on farmers’ soil management
Rental shares of agricultural land are increasing in many countries, as are soil degradation and erosion. Theory suggests that these trends may be correlated, yet empirical findings are ambiguous. This research investigates ...