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Mires and Peat
The cultivation of Sphagnum mosses on re-wetted peat bogs for use in horticulture is a new land use strategy. We provide the first greenhouse gas balances for a field-scale Sphagnum farming experiment on former bog grassland, in its establishment phase. Over two years we used closed chambers to make measurements of GHG exchange on production strips of Sphagnum palustre L. and Sphagnum papillosum Lindb. and on irrigation ditches. Methane fluxes of both Sphagnum species showed a significantdoi:10.19189/map.2015.omb.210 doaj:d05cabd11cf340ae9187437a135b8b8a fatcat:pd4vf2lgdrc4xpza4ebdt4pgrm