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Mechanical hedge-laying for wildlife

Aylesbury Vale, Buckinghamshire, England

Abstract

A faster and cheaper method of hedge-laying to benefit wildlife using a mechanical hedge laying technique has been developed. In comparison to traditionally laid hedges, those mechanically laid are broader at the base, thicker, taller, retain more deadwood and flower and fruit every year

Author(s): M.Dodds, J.Morris

Platform: The Conservation Evidence Journal

Journal: The Conservation Evidence Journal

Free
Not linked to qualification
Informational learning

Suitable for:

not suitable for Children, schools, families
not suitable for General public, gardeners, ramblers, armchair-enthusiasts etc
suitable for Professional interest in hedge management or surveying

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Format: article

Year: 2005

Pages: 2

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