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Plant cereals in wide-spaced rows
Unknown effectiveness (limited evidence) Based on: 5 studies
Plant cereals in wide-spaced rows
Plant crops in spring rather than autumn
Unknown effectiveness (limited evidence) Based on: 9 studies
Plant crops in spring rather than autumn
Plant in-field trees (not farm woodland)
No evidence found (no assessment) Based on: 0 studies
Plant in-field trees (not farm woodland)
Plant more than one crop per field (intercropping)
Evidence not assessed Based on: 5 studies
Plant more than one crop per field (intercropping)
Plant nectar flower mixture/wildflower strips
Beneficial Based on: 105 studies
Plant nectar flower mixture/wildflower strips
Plant nettle strips
Unknown effectiveness (limited evidence) Based on: 1 study
Plant nettle strips
Plant new hedges
Unknown effectiveness (limited evidence) Based on: 8 studies
Plant new hedges
Plant wild bird seed or cover mixture
Beneficial Based on: 49 studies
Plant wild bird seed or cover mixture
Protect in-field trees (includes management such as pollarding and surgery)
No evidence found (no assessment) Based on: 0 studies
Protect in-field trees (includes management such as pollarding and surgery)

742 studies found

Biological habitat reconstruction

Creating new habitats in intensively used farmland

Based on: Kaule G. & Krebs S.

(1989)
Bird use of cultivated fallow 'lapwing plots' within English agri-environment schemes

Bird Study

Based on: Chamberlain D., Gough S., Anderson G., MacDonald M., Grice P. & Vickery J.

(2009)
Birds and lowland grassland management practices in the UK: an overview

Ecology and Conservation of Lowland Farmland Birds. Spring Conference of the British Ornithologists' Union, 27-28 March 1999

Based on: Wakeham-Dawson A. & Smith K.W.

(2000)
Botanical composition, yield and herbage quality of swards of different age on organic meadowlands

15th Meeting of the European Grassland Federation

Based on: Neuteboom J.H., t'Mannetje L., Lantinga E.A. & Wind K.

(1994)
Botanical development of restored species rich field margins

Agrarforschung

Based on: Jacot K., Eggenschwiler L. & Bosshard A.

(2005)
Botanical diversity of beetle banks: effects of age and comparison with conventional arable field margins in southern UK

Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment

Based on: Thomas S.R., Noordhuis R., Holland J.M. & Goulson D.

(2002)
Botanical monitoring of grasslands after the adoption of agro-environmental arrangements

Grassland Science in Europe

Based on: Holubec V. & Vymyslicky T.

(2009)

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