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What agricultural practices are most likely to deliver ‘sustainable intensification’ in the UK?

TitleWhat agricultural practices are most likely to deliver ‘sustainable intensification’ in the UK?
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2019
AuthorsDicks LV, Rose DC, Ang F, Aston S, Birch ANE, Boatman N, Bowles EL, Chadwick D, Dinsdale A, Durham S, Elliott J, Firbank L, Humphreys S, Jarvis P, Jones D, Kindred D, Knight SM, Lee MRF, Leifert C, Lobley M, Matthews K, Midmer A, Moore M, Morris C, Mortimer S, Murray TC, Norman K, Ramsden S, Roberts D, Smith LG, Soffe R, Stoate C, Taylor B, Tinker D, Topliff M, Wallace J, Williams P, Wilson P, Winter M, Sutherland B
JournalFood and Energy Security
Volume8
PaginationArticle No. e00148

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