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Rescue action for the beauty of the countryside



Rescue action for the beauty of the countryside



Natur und Landschaft 54(11): 395-396



During the course of the last few years the face of the countryside of Southern England, with its little fields dotted with hedges and trees, has greatly changed, in order to meet the demands for greater mechanization in agriculture. The fields have become larger, instead of picturesque hedges there are wire fences and many trees have been sacrificed.

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