Professor Dr Ulrich Schmutz
Professor Dr Ulrich Schmutz
Centre for Agroecology and Food Security
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Short food supply chains and local food systems in the EU. A state of play of their socio-economic characteristics
M Kneafsey, L Venn, U Schmutz, B Balázs, L Trenchard, T Eyden-Wood, ...
JRC scientific and policy reports 123, 129, 2013
Scale matters: the impact of organic farming on biodiversity at different spatial scales
D Gabriel, SM Sait, JA Hodgson, U Schmutz, WE Kunin, TG Benton
Ecology letters 13 (7), 858-869, 2010
Food beyond the city–Analysing foodsheds and self-sufficiency for different food system scenarios in European metropolitan regions
I Zasada, U Schmutz, D Wascher, M Kneafsey, S Corsi, C Mazzocchi, ...
City, Culture and Society 16, 25-35, 2019
EU-Rotate_N–a decision support system–to predict environmental and economic consequences of the management of nitrogen fertiliser in crop rotations
C Rahn, K Zhang, R Lillywhite, C Ramos, J Doltra, JM De Paz, H Riley, ...
European Journal of Horticultural Science 75 (1), 2010
The ‘Neighbourhood Effect’: A multidisciplinary assessment of the case for farmer co-ordination in agri-environmental programmes
LA Sutherland, D Gabriel, L Hathaway-Jenkins, U Pascual, U Schmutz, ...
Land use policy 29 (3), 502-512, 2012
Sustainability impact assessments of different urban short food supply chains: examples from London, UK
U Schmutz, M Kneafsey, CS Kay, A Doernberg, I Zasada
Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems 33 (6), 518-529, 2018
Mainstreaming agroecology: implications for global food and farming systems
M Wibbelmann, U Schmutz, J Wright, D Udall, F Rayns, M Kneafsey, ...
Centre for Agroecology and Food Security, Coventry University, 2013
The benefits of gardening and food growing for health and wellbeing
U Schmutz, ML Turner, S Williams, M Devereaux, G Davies
Garden Organic and Sustain, 2014
Environmental footprint and sustainability of horticulture (including potatoes)–A Comparison with other agricultural sectors
R Lillywhite, D Chandler, W Grant, K Lewis, C Firth, U Schmutz, D Halpin
Final report of Defra project WQ0101, 2007
Food production and consumption: City regions between localism, agricultural land displacement, and economic competitiveness
F Monaco, I Zasada, D Wascher, M Glavan, M Pintar, U Schmutz, ...
Sustainability 9 (1), 96, 2017
The economic performance of urban gardening in three European cities–examples from Ljubljana, Milan and London
M Glavan, U Schmutz, S Williams, S Corsi, F Monaco, M Kneafsey, ...
Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 36, 100-122, 2018
The benefits of gardening and food growing for health and wellbeing
G Davies, M Devereaux, M Lennartsson, U Schmutz, S Williams
Garden Organic and Sustain. Published by Development House, London, 2014
Physiology of saline stress in one mango (Mangifera indica L.) rootstock
U Schmutz, P Ludders
IV International Mango Symposium 341, 160-167, 1992
Effect of salt stress (NaCl) on whole plant CO2-gas exchange in mango
U Schmutz
VI International Symposium on Mango 509, 269-276, 1999
Effect of NaCl salinity on growth, leaf gas exchange, and mineral composition of grafted mango rootstocks (var.‘13-1’and ‘Turpentine’)
U Schmutz, P Lüdders
Gartenbauwissenschaft 64 (2), 60-4, 1999
Current use of copper, mineral oils and sulphur for plant protection in organic horticultural crops across 10 European countries
N Katsoulas, AK Løes, D Andrivon, G Cirvilleri, M de Cara, A Kir, L Knebl, ...
Organic Agriculture 10 (1), 159-171, 2020
Guidelines for experimental practice in organic greenhouse horticulture
M Koller, F Rayns, S Cubison, U Schmutz
BioGreenhouse COST Action FA 1105, 2016
Vegan organic horticulture-standards, challenges, socio-economics and impact on global food security
U Schmutz, L Foresi
III International Symposium on Organic Greenhouse Horticulture 1164, 475-484, 2016
Sustainability assessment of short food supply chains (SFSC): developing and testing a rapid assessment tool in one African and three European city regions
A Doernberg, A Piorr, I Zasada, D Wascher, U Schmutz
Agriculture and Human values 39 (3), 885-904, 2022
The Brookside Farm Wetland Ecosystem Treatment (WET) system: a low-energy methodology for sewage purification, biomass production (yield), flood resilience and biodiversity …
JC Abrahams, SJ Coupe, LA Sañudo-Fontaneda, U Schmutz
Sustainability 9 (1), 147, 2017
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