The research and innovation project TReNDS, co-financed by the Innovation Fund Denmark, delivers valuable outcomes for the modelling of future agriculture regulations. As partner in the project, Ejlskov has developed a patent-pending soil penetrating probe that can measure redox conditions in the subsurface.
The new probe is already in use to locate depth of redox interfaces and to determine natural nitrate reducing capacities in different soil layers and geologies. This is a basic key parameter for the development of differentiated N-regulation concepts on larger scale.
The Danish environment magazine Vand & Jord has dedicated its latest edition to report results and findings from the project. You can read an article on Ejlskovs redox-probe and the new fieldmethod to map soil redox potentials here (click to open):
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