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The effects of different hedge restoration strategies on biodiversity

Aspects of Applied Biology ( 44): 363-367

The effects of different hedge restoration strategies on biodiversity

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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