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FIELD BOUNDARY HABITATS FOR WILDLIFE, CROP AND ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION

Objective



The project will address two key areas:

- quantification of the effects of field boundaries on the physico-chemical environment and plant and animal communities in contrasted cropping ecosystems and landscape types and
- development of practical methods of enhancing the biological diversity of field boundary habitats in the farm environment.

Specific tasks will examine the flux of agrochemicals, biological processes governed and distorted by these fluxes and other environmental factors, population resilience originating from other semi-natural elements in the landscape and the effects of increasing biological diversity. The crop-boundary interface will be described in a model.

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Coordinator

Institute of Arable Crops Research
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Long Ashton Research Station
BS18 9AF Bristol
United Kingdom

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