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Convert to organic agriculture or aquaculture near peatlands
No evidence found (no assessment) Based on: 0 studies
Convert to organic agriculture or aquaculture near peatlands
Cover peatland with organic mulch (after planting)
Likely to be beneficial Based on: 12 studies
Cover peatland with organic mulch (after planting)
Cover peatland with organic mulch (without planting)
Unknown effectiveness (limited evidence) Based on: 2 studies
Cover peatland with organic mulch (without planting)
Cover peatland with something other than mulch (after planting)
Likely to be beneficial Based on: 8 studies
Cover peatland with something other than mulch (after planting)
Cover peatland with something other than mulch (without planting)
Unknown effectiveness (limited evidence) Based on: 2 studies
Cover peatland with something other than mulch (without planting)
Create legislation for ‘no net loss’ of wetlands
No evidence found (no assessment) Based on: 0 studies
Create legislation for ‘no net loss’ of wetlands
Create mounds or hollows (before planting)
Unknown effectiveness (limited evidence) Based on: 3 studies
Create mounds or hollows (before planting)
Cut large trees/shrubs to maintain or restore disturbance
Likely to be beneficial Based on: 2 studies
Cut large trees/shrubs to maintain or restore disturbance
Cut/mow herbaceous plants to maintain or restore disturbance
Likely to be beneficial Based on: 14 studies
Cut/mow herbaceous plants to maintain or restore disturbance
Cut/remove/thin forest plantations
Likely to be beneficial Based on: 4 studies
Cut/remove/thin forest plantations
Cut/remove/thin forest plantations and rewet peat
Likely to be beneficial Based on: 11 studies
Cut/remove/thin forest plantations and rewet peat
Directly plant peatland herbs
Likely to be beneficial Based on: 5 studies
Directly plant peatland herbs
Directly plant peatland mosses
Likely to be beneficial Based on: 7 studies
Directly plant peatland mosses
Directly plant peatland trees/shrubs
Likely to be beneficial Based on: 11 studies
Directly plant peatland trees/shrubs
Disturb peatland surface to encourage growth of desirable plants (without planting)
Unknown effectiveness (limited evidence) Based on: 2 studies
Disturb peatland surface to encourage growth of desirable plants (without planting)
Divert/replace polluted water source(s)
Likely to be beneficial Based on: 3 studies
Divert/replace polluted water source(s)
Drain/replace acidic water
Unknown effectiveness (limited evidence) Based on: 2 studies
Drain/replace acidic water
Encapsulate planted moss fragments in beads/gel
No evidence found (no assessment) Based on: 0 studies
Encapsulate planted moss fragments in beads/gel
Excavate pools (without planting)
Unknown effectiveness (limited evidence) Based on: 2 studies
Excavate pools (without planting)
Exclude or remove livestock from degraded peatlands
Likely to be beneficial Based on: 10 studies
Exclude or remove livestock from degraded peatlands
Exclude wild herbivores using physical barriers
Unknown effectiveness (limited evidence) Based on: 1 study
Exclude wild herbivores using physical barriers
Implement ‘mosaic management’ of agriculture
No evidence found (no assessment) Based on: 0 studies
Implement ‘mosaic management’ of agriculture
Implement ‘mosaic management’ when harvesting wild biological resources
No evidence found (no assessment) Based on: 0 studies
Implement ‘mosaic management’ when harvesting wild biological resources
Implement biosecurity measures to prevent introductions of problematic species
No evidence found (no assessment) Based on: 0 studies
Implement biosecurity measures to prevent introductions of problematic species

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