Farming practices to reduce the exposure of non-target invertebrates to pesticides.
1989. In: Jepson, P.C. (ed.) Pesticides and Non-target Invertebrates: 195-212. Intercept Ltd, Wimborne.
The role of non-target beneficial insects.
1989. In: Proceedings of a Symposium: Insect Control Strategies and the Environment: 86-97. Imperial Chemical Industries Agrochemicals, Fernhurst.
The selective use of pesticides on cereal crop margins for game and wildlife: the British experience.
Sotherton, N.W., Boatman, N.D. & Chiverton, P.A.
1989. In: 30th Swedish Plant Protection Conference: 18-29. Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Uppsala.
The 'Conservation Headland' experiment in cereal ecosystems.
Sotherton, N.W., Boatman, N.D., & Rands, M.R.W.
1989. The Entomologist, 108: 135-143.
Ponds and Lakes for Wildfowl.
1989. The Game Conservancy, Fordingbridge.
The increase in oilseed rape production and its effects on vertebrate herbivores.
1989. Aspects of Applied Biology, 23: 365-370.
The Behavioural Ecology of the Wood Mouse (Apodemus sylvaticus) in the Cereal Field Ecosystem.
1989. Unpublished D.Phil. thesis. Wolfson College, Oxford.
The creation of island habitats to enhance populations of beneficial insects.
1989. In: 1989 Brighton Crop Protection Conference - Weeds Vol. 3: 1097-1102. British Crop Protection Council, Farnham.
The distribution of arable weed seedbanks and the implications for the conservation of endangered species and communities.
1989. In: 1989 Brighton Crop Protection Conference - Weeds Volume 3: 1081-1086. British Crop Protection Council, Farnham.
Shade-light mediated responses in field and hedgerow populations of Galium aparine L.
Bain, A.B. & Attridge, T.H.
1988. Journal of Experimental Botany, 39: 1759-1764.
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