Oilseed rape crop ecology: optimising crop husbandry for conservation biological control and greater biodiversity. Final report on DEFRA project AR0316.

D1 - Technical reports: non-confidential

Ferguson, A. W., Williams, I. H., Cook, S. M., Clark, S. J., Frearson, D. J. T., Holdgate, R., Isger, E. A., Mason, N. S., Watts, N. P. and Todd, A. 2008. Oilseed rape crop ecology: optimising crop husbandry for conservation biological control and greater biodiversity. Final report on DEFRA project AR0316. Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs (DEFRA).

AuthorsFerguson, A. W., Williams, I. H., Cook, S. M., Clark, S. J., Frearson, D. J. T., Holdgate, R., Isger, E. A., Mason, N. S., Watts, N. P. and Todd, A.
TypeD1 - Technical reports: non-confidential
Year of Publication2008
PublisherDepartment for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs (DEFRA)
Page range32pp
Funder project or codeSEF
Centre for Sustainable Pest and Disease Management (PDM)
Centre for Mathematical and Computational Biology (MCB)
Oilseed rape crop ecology:optimising crop husbandry for conservation biological control and greater biodiversity
Bio Nano Consult (Rocre Tenant)

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