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Use traditional breeds of livestock
Unknown effectiveness (limited evidence) Based on: 5 studies
Use traditional breeds of livestock
Use organic rather than mineral fertilizers
Beneficial Based on: 19 studies
Use organic rather than mineral fertilizers
Use new crop types to benefit wildlife (such as perennial cereal crops)
No evidence found (no assessment) Based on: 0 studies
Use new crop types to benefit wildlife (such as perennial cereal crops)
Use mowing techniques to reduce mortality
Beneficial Based on: 8 studies
Use mowing techniques to reduce mortality
Use mixed stocking
Evidence not assessed Based on: 1 study
Use mixed stocking
Use alerts to reduce grey partridge by-catch during shoots
No evidence found (no assessment) Based on: 0 studies
Use alerts to reduce grey partridge by-catch during shoots
Use 1% barley in wheat crops for corn buntings
No evidence found (no assessment) Based on: 0 studies
Use 1% barley in wheat crops for corn buntings
Undersow spring cereals, with clover for example
Likely to be beneficial Based on: 18 studies
Undersow spring cereals, with clover for example
Take field corners out of management
Evidence not assessed Based on: 1 study
Take field corners out of management

742 studies found

'Beetle banks' as refuges for beneficial arthropods in farmland: long-term changes in predator communities and habitat

Agricultural and Forest Entomology

Based on: MacLeod A., Wratten S.D., Sotherton N.W. & Thomas M.B.

(2004)
A botanical survey of conservation headlands in Breckland Environmentally Sensistive Area, UK

The Brighton Crop Protection Conference – Weeds

Based on: Hodkinson D.J., Critchley C.N.R. & Sherwood A.J.

(1997)
A farm-scale evaluation of the influence of hedgerow cutting frequency on hawthorn (Crataegus monogyna) berry yields

Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment

Based on: Croxton P. J. & Sparks T. H.

(2002)
A field experiment to recreate species rich hay meadows using regional seed mixtures

Biological Conservation

Based on: Jongepierova I., Mitchley J. & Tzanopoulos J.

(2007)
A future for rare arable plants

Aspects of Applied Biology

Based on: Still K.S.

(2007)
A region-wide experiment with functional agrobiodiversity (FAB) in arable farming in the Netherlands

Landscape management for functional biodiversity 2nd Working Group meeting. 16-19 May 2006.

Based on: Alebeek F.V., Wiersema M., Rijn P.V., Wäckers F., Belder E.D., Willemse J. & Gurp H.V.

(2006)
A review of the success of commonly used wet meadow restoration methods (rewetting, topsoil removal, and diaspore addition) in Western Europe

Biological Conservation

Based on: Klimkowska A., Van Diggelen R., Bakker J.P. & Grootjans A.P.

(2007)
A simultaneous assessment of farmland habitat use by breeding skylarks and yellowhammers

Aspects of Applied Biology

Based on: Murray K.A., Wilcox A. & Stoate C.

(2002)
A study of grasshopper populations in Countryside Stewardship Scheme field margins in Essex

British Journal of Entomology and Natural History

Based on: Gardiner T. & Hill J.

(2005)

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