Kristian Thorup-Kristensen
Kristian Thorup-Kristensen
Professer of Crop Science, University of Copenhagen
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Catch crops and green manures as biological tools in nitrogen management in temperate zones
K Thorup-Kristensen, J Magid, LS Jensen
Advances in agronomy 79 (79), 227-302, 2003
Are differences in root growth of nitrogen catch crops important for their ability to reduce soil nitrate-N content, and how can this be measured?
K Thorup-Kristensen
Plant and Soil 230 (2), 185-195, 2001
Root growth and nitrate uptake of three different catch crops in deep soil layers
HL Kristensen, K Thorup-Kristensen
Soil Science Society of America Journal 68 (2), 529-537, 2004
The effect of nitrogen catch crop species on the nitrogen nutrition of succeeding crops
K Thorup-Kristensen
Fertilizer research 37 (3), 227-234, 1994
Winter wheat roots grow twice as deep as spring wheat roots, is this important for N uptake and N leaching losses?
K Thorup-Kristensen, MS Cortasa, R Loges
Plant and Soil 322 (1), 101-114, 2009
Effect of deep and shallow root systems on the dynamics of soil inorganic N during 3-year crop rotations
K Thorup-Kristensen
Plant and soil 288 (1), 233-248, 2006
Effect of organic growing systems on sensory quality and chemical composition of tomatoes
AK Thybo, M Edelenbos, LP Christensen, JN Sørensen, ...
LWT-Food Science and Technology 39 (8), 835-843, 2006
Crop yield, root growth, and nutrient dynamics in a conventional and three organic cropping systems with different levels of external inputs and N re-cycling through fertility …
K Thorup-Kristensen, DB Dresbøll, HL Kristensen
European Journal of Agronomy 37 (1), 66-82, 2012
N-fixation of selected green manure plants in an organic crop rotation
T Mueller, K Thorup-Kristensen
Biological agriculture & horticulture 18 (4), 345-363, 2001
Root growth and nitrogen uptake of carrot, early cabbage, onion and lettuce following a range of green manures
K Thorup‐Kristensen
Soil use and management 22 (1), 29-38, 2006
Modelling and measuring the effect of nitrogen catch crops on the nitrogen supply for succeeding crops
K Thorup-Kristensen, NE Nielsen
Plant and Soil 203 (1), 79-89, 1998
The effect of nitrogen catch crops on the nitrogen nutrition of a succeeding crop: I. Effects through mineralization and pre-emptive competition
K Thorup-Kristensen
Acta Agriculturae Scandinavica B-Plant Soil Sciences 43 (2), 74-81, 1993
Disproportionately high N-mineralisation rates from green manures at low temperatures–implications for modeling and management in cool temperate agro-ecosystems
J Magid, O Henriksen, K Thorup-Kristensen, T Mueller
Plant and Soil 228 (1), 73-82, 2001
Incorporation time of nitrogen catch crops influences the N effect for the succeeding crop
K Thorup‐Kristensen, DB Dresbøll
Soil use and management 26 (1), 27-35, 2010
Uptake of 15 N labeled nitrate by root systems of sweet corn, carrot and white cabbage from 0.2–2.5 meters depth
HL Kristensen, K Thorup-Kristensen
Plant and Soil 265 (1), 93-100, 2004
Winter wheat cultivars and nitrogen (N) fertilization—effects on root growth, N uptake efficiency and N use efficiency
IS Rasmussen, DB Dresbøll, K Thorup-Kristensen
European Journal of Agronomy 68, 38-49, 2015
EU-Rotate_N–a decision support system–to predict environmental and economic consequences of the management of nitrogen fertiliser in crop rotations
CR Rahn, K Zhang, C Ramos, J Doltra, JM De-Paz, H Riley, M Fink, ...
European Journal of Horticultural Science 75 (1), 20-32, 2010
Green manuring effect of pure and mixed barley–hairy vetch winter cover crops on maize and processing tomato N nutrition
G Tosti, P Benincasa, M Farneselli, R Pace, F Tei, M Guiducci, ...
European Journal of Agronomy 43, 136-146, 2012
Modelling diverse root density dynamics and deep nitrogen uptake—A simple approach
A Pedersen, K Zhang, K Thorup-Kristensen, LS Jensen
Plant and Soil 326 (1), 493-510, 2010
Collembola and mites in plots fertilised with different types of green manure
JA Axelsen, KT Kristensen
Pedobiologia 44 (5), 556-566, 2000
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