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The impact on non-target arthropods of integrated compared to conventional farming: results from the LINK Integrated Farming Systems project



The impact on non-target arthropods of integrated compared to conventional farming: results from the LINK Integrated Farming Systems project



Brighton Crop Protection Conference: Pests and Diseases 1998: Volume 2: Proceedings of an International Conference, Brighton, UK, 16-19 November 1998: 625-630



In the recently completed LINK Integrated Farming Systems project integrated and conventional farming were compared using split or quartered fields at six experimental sites across the UK and through a five-course rotation of cereals and break crops. Non-target arthropods were monitored as the main bio-indicator within the study.

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