Biodiversity in different farming systems.

Author Leake, A.R.
Citation Leake, A.R. (2002). Biodiversity in different farming systems. In: Proceedings of the Brighton Crop Protection Conference - Pests and Diseases 2002: 949-956.


The nature of arable agriculture is to create conditions conducive to crop growth and to suppress species which are deleterious to this. Conventional, integrated and organic farming systems have similar overall objectives which are achieved using differing means. The effects of various practices, within each system, upon birds, invertebrates, soil fauna and flora are considered.

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