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Less-intensive farming and the environment An integrated farming systems approach for UK arable crop production



Less-intensive farming and the environment An integrated farming systems approach for UK arable crop production



Glen, D M , Greaves, M P , Anderson, H H Ecology and integrated farming systems 307-318




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