Hvede, rug og triticale til energi - input, udbytte og kvalitet

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  • Department of Genetics and Biotechnology
  • Afgrødeøkologi og Produktkvalitet

Yield and quality of wheat, rye or triticale for energy purposes have been evaluated in field trials. Triticale and rye had a higher biomass production than wheat in spite of a lower input of nitrogen. The straw fraction contained more chloride, potassium and sodium than the grain fraction. These minerals may lead to corrosion processes, ash slagging and fouling. The grain fraction contained more sulphur and nitrogen, which may lead to emission of SO2 and NOx. Fertilizers containing chloride and sulphur, may lead to an increased content of chloride and sulphur in the straw fraction. Content of chloride and sulphur in the straw as well as content of potassium, sodium and ash may be reduced due to precipitation before harvest.

Original languageDanish
Title of host publicationHar energiafgrøder en fremtid i Danmark?
EditorsUffe Jørgensen
Number of pages6
Publication year2000
Publication statusPublished - 2000
SeriesDJF Rapport Markbrug

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