Invertebrate responses to the management of genetically modified herbicide-tolerant and conventional spring crops. I. Soil-surface-active invertebrates.

@article{Brooks2003InvertebrateRT,
  title={Invertebrate responses to the management of genetically modified herbicide-tolerant and conventional spring crops. I. Soil-surface-active invertebrates.},
  author={D. Brooks and D. Bohan and G. Champion and A. J. Haughton and C. Hawes and M. Heard and S. Clark and A. Dewar and L. Firbank and J. Perry and P. Rothery and R. Scott and I. Woiwod and C. Birchall and M. P. Skellern and J. H. Walker and P. Baker and D. Bell and E. Browne and A. J. Dewar and C. Fairfax and B. Garner and L. Haylock and S. Horne and S. Hulmes and N. S. Mason and L. Norton and P. Nuttall and Z. Randle and M. Rossall and R. J. Sands and E. J. Singer and M. J. Walker},
  journal={Philosophical transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological sciences},
  year={2003},
  volume={358 1439},
  pages={
          1847-62
        }
}
  • D. Brooks, D. Bohan, +30 authors M. J. Walker
  • Published 2003
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Philosophical transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological sciences
The effects of herbicide management of genetically modified herbicide-tolerant (GMHT) beet, maize and spring oilseed rape on the abundance and diversity of soil-surface-active invertebrates were assessed. Most effects did not differ between years, environmental zones or initial seedbanks or between sugar and fodder beet. This suggests that the results may be treated as generally applicable to agricultural situations throughout the UK for these crops. The direction of the effects was evenly… Expand
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