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land consolidation

Joining small plots of land together to form larger farms or large fields.

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Journal Articles & Books
December 2009
Hungary

Land ownership and company structure is much more stabile in the agriculture of West-European countries than in Hungary. Therefore the lack of established land policy, land consolidation and farm regulation play the key role on the Hungarian agriculture’s ”map of problems”. These are strongly correlated and tasks urgently to be solved.

Conference Papers & Reports
August 2009
Moldova

The paper investigates the current situation with fragmentation of family farms in Moldovaand its effects on family well-being and farm productivity. A key hypothesis is thatconsolidation of agricultural land in Moldova has beneficial effects in terms of productivity and is desirable in the long run.

Journal Articles & Books
February 2009
China

Quantitative method for social benefit evaluation on land consolidation is put forward based on social security function of land. It has broken through the limitation of current social benefit evaluation on land consolidation, which can only carry out qualitative assessment.

Reports & Research
December 2008

In dit onderzoek zijn de kosten en baten en de effectiviteit op duurzaam bodemgebruik beoordeeld van vijf bedrijfsmaatregelen: aanpassing van vruchtwisseling, preventie van bodemverdichting, optimalisering van ontwatering en flexibel peilbeheer, grondruil en landhuur/-verhuur en omzanden en diepploegen.

Reports & Research
December 2008

De gronden in het herverkavelingsgebied Weerijs-Zuid (onderdeel van voormalige ruilverkaveling Rijsbergen) bestaan uit afzettingen die dateren uit het Pleistoceen en het Holoceen. De afzettingen uit het Pleistoceen, die aan of nabij het oppervlak voorkomen, bestaan voornamelijk uit dekzand, lössleem en fluvioperiglaciaal zand.

Journal Articles & Books
December 2008
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Land consolidation can be an important tool for increasing agricultural competitiveness and improving rural conditions. Farmers can become more competitive when they decrease fragmentation and increase the size of their farms, and rural communities can benefit when consolidation projects include components to improve local infrastructure and the environment.

Conference Papers & Reports
March 2008

The aim of land consolidation projects is to improve the competitiveness of agriculture.Since land consolidation is subsidised by national and European means, the effectivenessof such measures must be determined. The following paper presents a method whichmakes it possible to calculate the direct economic effects of land consolidation.

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