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The effects of different hedge restoration strategies on biodiversity



The effects of different hedge restoration strategies on biodiversity



Aspects of Applied Biology ( 44): 363-367



Hedges form the most important feature in the pastoral agricultural landscape in Northern Ireland but many are overgrown, gappy and ineffective as a stock-proof barrier and wildlife habitat.

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