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  • Arable plant communities as indicators of farming practice 

    Hawes C; Squire GR; Hallet PD; Watson CA; Young M (2010)
    The diversity and abundance of the within-field seedbank and emerged weed flora, were measured in over 100 fields from conventional, integrated and organic farms across the arable east of Scotland. Both seedbank and emerged ...
  • How might we model an ecosystem? 

    Caron-Lormier G; Bohan DA; Hawes C; Raybould A; Haughton AJ; Humphry RW (2009)
  • Improving intercropping: a synthesis of research in agronomy, plant physiology and ecology 

    Brooker RW; Bennett AE; Cong W-F; Daniell TJ; George TS; Hallet PD; Hawes C; Iannetta PPM; Jones HG; Karley AJ; Li L; McKenzie BM; Pakeman RJ; Paterson E; Schob C; Shen J; Squire G; Watson CA; Zhang C; Zhang F; Zhang J; White PJ (2014)
    Intercropping is a farming practice involving two or more crop species, or genotypes, growing together and coexisting for a time.Onthe fringes of modern intensive agriculture, intercropping is important in many subsistence ...
  • Probing soil physical and biological resilience data from a broad sampling of arable farms in Scotland 

    Griffiths BS; Hallett P; Daniell T; Hawes C; Squire G; Mitchell S; Caul S; Valentine T; Binnie K; Adeloye A; Rustum R; Bevison I (2015)
    Physical and biological soil stabilities (i.e. resistance and resilience) were measured on a range of arable farms across eastern Scotland under a range of management practices, with the objective of using a geographically ...