Extending the working hypothesis on grassland resowing to include grass-arable rotations and organic farming

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Hatch, D. J. and Hopkins, A. 2007. Extending the working hypothesis on grassland resowing to include grass-arable rotations and organic farming. Conijn, J. G. and Taube, F. (ed.) Grassland resowing and grass-arable rotations. Third and fourth workshops of the EGF-Working Group 'Grassland resowing and grass-arable rotations' Report No. 3. Plant Research International B.V., Wageningen. pp. 3-6

AuthorsHatch, D. J. and Hopkins, A.
Year of Publication2007
PublisherPlant Research International B.V., Wageningen
Funder project or codeGrassland, Environment and Soil Systems (GESS)
Landscape & Ecology (LE)
Project: 2430 5196
Page range3-6
EditorsConijn, J. G. and Taube, F.

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