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Grassland compost amendments increase plant production without changing plant communities

Ecosphere

Based on: Ryals R., Eviner V.T., Stein C., Suding K.N. & Silver W.L. (2016)

Hedgerow restoration promotes pollinator populations and exports native bees to adjacent fields

Ecological Applications

Based on: Morandin L.A. & Kremen C. (2013)

Bee Preference for Native versus Exotic Plants in Restored Agricultural Hedgerows

Restoration Ecology

Based on: Morandin L.A. & Kremen C. (2013)

Habitat restoration promotes pollinator persistence and colonization in intensively managed agriculture

Ecological Applications

Based on: M'Gonigle L.K., Ponisio L.C., Cutler K. & Kremen C. (2015)

On-farm habitat restoration counters biotic homogenization in intensively managed agriculture

Global Change Biology

Based on: Ponisio L.C., M'Gonigle L.K. & Kremen C. (2015)

Pest Control and Pollination Cost–Benefit Analysis of Hedgerow Restoration in a Simplified Agricultural Landscape

Journal of Economic Entomology

Based on: Morandin L.A., Long R.F. & Kremen C. (2016)

Diminishing Returns from Higher Density Restoration Seedings Suggest Trade-offs in Pollinator Seed Mixes

Restoration Ecology

Based on: Wilkerson M.L., Ward K.L., Williams N.M., Ullmann K.S. & Young T.P. (2014)

The attractiveness of flowering herbaceous plants to bees (Hymenoptera: Apoidea) and hoverflies (Diptera: Syrphidae) in agro-ecosystems of Central Spain

Agricultural and Forest Entomology

Based on: Barbir J., Badenes-Pérez F.R., Fernández-Quintanilla C. & Dorado J. (2015)

Native wildflower plantings support wild bee abundance and diversity in agricultural landscapes across the United States

Ecological Applications

Based on: Williams N.M., Ward K.L., Pope N., Isaacs R., Wilson J., May E.A., Ellis J., Daniels J., Pence A., Ullmann K. & Peters J. (2015)

Functionality of Selected Aromatic Lamiaceae in Attracting Pollinators in Central Spain

Journal of Economic Entomology

Based on: Barbir J., Azpiazu C., Badenes-Pérez F.R., Fernández-Quintanilla C. & Dorado J. (2016)

Impact of tillage on the crop pollinating, ground-nesting bee, Peponapis pruinosa in California

Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment

Based on: Ullmann K.S., Meisner M.H. & Williams N.M. (2016)

Plant-pollinator biodiversity and pollination services in a complex Mediterranean landscape

Biological Conservation

Based on: Potts S.G., Petanidou T., Roberts S., O’Toole C., Hulbert A. & Willmer P. (2006)

Hedgerows enhance beneficial insects on adjacent tomato fields in an intensive agricultural landscape

Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment

Based on: Morandin L.A., Long R.F. & Kremen C. (2014)

Relative Densities of Natural Enemy and Pest Insects Within California Hedgerows

Environmental Entomology

Based on: Pisani Gareau T.L., Letourneau D.K. & Shennan C. (2013)

Hedgerows enhance beneficial insects on farms in California's Central Valley

California Agriculture

Based on: Morandin L., Long R., Pease C. & Kremen C. (2011)

Influence of non-crop plants on stink bug (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae) and natural enemy abundance in tomatoes

Journal of Applied Entomology

Based on: Pease C.G. & Zalom F.G. (2010)

Manipulating floral resources dispersion for hoverflies (Diptera: Syrphidae) in a California lettuce agro-ecosystem

Biological Control

Based on: Gillespie M., Wratten S., Sedcole R. & Colfer R. (2011)

Attractiveness of common insectary and harvestable floral resources to beneficial insects

Biological Control

Based on: Hogg B.N., Bugg R.L. & Daane K.M. (2011)

Pest control experiments show benefits of complexity at landscape and local scales

Ecological Applications

Based on: Chaplin-Kramer R. & Kremen C. (2012)

Provisioning Floral Resources to Attract Aphidophagous Hoverflies (Diptera: Syrphidae) Useful for Pest Management in Central Spain

Journal of Economic Entomology

Based on: Martínez-Uña A., Martín J.M., Fernández-Quintanilla C. & Dorado J. (2013)

Field margin vegetation enhances biological control and crop damage suppression from multiple pests in organic tomato fields

Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata

Based on: Balzan M.V. & Moonen A. (2014)

Nematode and fungal diseases of food legumes under conservation cropping systems in northern Syria

Soil and Tillage Research

Based on: Ahmed S., Piggin C., Haddad A., Kumar S., Khalil Y. & Geletu B. (2012)

Tillage system did not affect weed diversity in a 23-year experiment in Mediterranean dryland

Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment

Based on: Plaza E.H., Kozak M., Navarrete L. & Gonzalez-Andujar J.L. (2011)

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