Factors affecting field weed and field margin flora on a farm in Essex, UK

@inproceedings{Marshall1995FactorsAF,
  title={Factors affecting field weed and field margin flora on a farm in Essex, UK},
  author={Elizabeth J. Marshall and G. M. Arnold},
  year={1995}
}
Abstract Field margins, particularly hedgerows, are important refuges for many species in intensively managed arable landscapes. Their management is influenced by the perception that weed species colonise adjacent crops. Mobile species, such as beetles, are able to use field margins as corridors to recolonise suitable habitat. This study examines whether field margins influence adjacent weed flora, and if there is evidence of the corridor effect of adjacent woodland in margin plant communities… CONTINUE READING

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