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Management regimes and farming practices enhancing plant species richness on ditch banks

Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment

Based on: Manhoudt A.G.E., Visser A.J. & de Snoo G.R. (2007)

Measures taken to preserve arable weeds and their associated communities in central Europe

British Crop Protection Council Monographs

Based on: Schumacher W. (1987)

Methods of increasing invertebrate abundance within field margins

Aspects of Applied Biology

Based on: Haughton A.J., Bell J.R., Gates S., Johnson P.J., Macdonald D.W., Tattersall F.H. & Hart B.H. (1999)

Multifunctional benefits of an agri-environment scheme option: riparian buffer strip pools within 'Arable Reversion'

Aspects of Applied Biology

Based on: Stoate C., Whitfield M., Williams P., Szczur J. & Driver K. (2007)

Nature management in Dutch grasslands

British Grassland Society Occassional Symposium

Based on: Bakker J.P. (1994)

Non-target insects in unsprayed cereal edges and aphid dispersal to the adjacent crop

Journal of Applied Entomology

Based on: de Snoo G.R. & deLeeuw J. (1996)

Pesticide use on cereal crops and changes in the abundance of butterflies on arable farmland in England

Biological Conservation

Based on: Rands M.R.W. & Sotherton N.W. (1986)

Pesticide use on cereals and the survival of grey partridge chicks: A field experiment

Journal of Applied Ecology

Based on: Rands M.R.W. (1985)

Population density and breeding success of birds

Pesticides, cereal farming and the environment: the Boxworth project

Based on: Fletcher M.R., Jones S.A., Greig-Smith P.W., Hardy A.R. & Hart A.D.M. (1992)

Possibilities of farming to promote weed flora in the western Hunsrück (Germany)

Möglichkeiten und Grenzen der Ökologisierung der Landwirtschaft - Wissenschaftliche Grundlagen und praktische Erfahrungen – Beiträge aus dem Arbeitskreis

Based on: Wehke S., Zoldan J.W., Frankenberg T. & Ruthsatz B. (2006)

Potential benefits to water voles Arvicola terrestris of waterside buffer strips in an agri-environment scheme

Aspects of Applied Biology

Based on: Critchley C.N.R., Hodkinson D.J. & McKenzie S.E. (1999)

Providing foraging resources for bumblebees in intensively farmed landscapes

Biological Conservation

Based on: Pywell R.F., Warman E.A., Carvell C., Sparks T.H., Dicks L.V., Bennett D., Wright A., Critchley C.N.R. & Sherwood A. (2005)

Reduced pesticide inputs on cereal field margins: the effects on butterfly abundance

Ecological Entomology

Based on: Dover J., Sotherton N. & Gobbett K.A.Y. (1990)

Resource use of crops and weeds on extensively managed field margins

Field margins: integrating agriculture and conservation

Based on: Losch R., Thomas D., Kaib U, & Peters F. (1994)

Restoration and rehabilitation of species-rich grassland ecosystems in France: a review

Restoration Ecology

Based on: Muller S., Dutoit T., Allard D. & Grevilliot F. (1998)

Results from a 21 year old field trial. Organic farming enhances soil fertility and biodiversity

FiBL Dossier

Based on: Fliessbach A., Mäder P., Dubois D. & Gunst L. (2000)

Reversion of vegetation following the cessation of fertilizer application

Journal of Vegetation Science

Based on: Mountford J.O., Lakhani K.H. & Holland R.J. (1996)

Seasonal changes in habitat use by yellowhammers (Emberiza citrinella)

Proceedings - Brighton Crop Protection Conference

Based on: Stoate C. & Szczur J. (1997)

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