Items affiliated to " UK > Rothamsted Research (RES)"
Number of items at this level: 10.
Clements, Dr R. O. (2002) Clover:cereal bi-cropping for organic farms (OF0173). Institute of Grassland and Environmental Research.
Döring, T F; Baddeley, J. A.; Brown, R; Collins, R; Crowley, O; Cuttle, S P; Howlett, S A; Jones, H E; McCalman, H; Measures, M; Pearce, B D; Pearce, H; Roderick, S; Stobart, R; Storkey, J; Tilston, E; Topp, K; Watson, C A; Winkler, L and Wolfe, M S (2013) Using legume-based mixtures to enhance the nitrogen use efficiency and economic viability of cropping systems - Final report (LK09106/HGCA3447). HGCA PROJECT REPORT, no. 513. HGCA, Kenilworth.
Döring, Thomas F.; Baddeley, J. A.; Brown, RJ; Collins, R; Crowley, Oliver; Cuttle, Steve; McCalman, Heather; Pearce, Bruce; Roderick, Stephen; Stobart, Ron; Storkey, Jonathan; Watson, Christine; Wolfe, Martin and Jones, H E (2012) Legume based plant mixtures for delivery of multiple ecosystem services: An overview of benefits. In: McCracken, K (Ed.) Agriculture and the Environment IX, Valuing Ecosystems: Policy, Economic and Management Interactions, pp. 150-155.
Döring, Thomas F.; Crowley, Oliver; Pearce, Helen; Storkey, Jonathan; Brown, Rob and Jones, Hannah (2011) A win-win for legume mixtures. Organic Farming, 2011, 108, pp. 40-41.
Döring, Thomas F.; Storkey, Jonathan; Baddeley, J. A.; Crowley, Oliver; Howlett, S. A.; McCalman, Heather; Pearce, Helen; Roderick, Stephen and Jones, H E (2012) Legume Based Plant Mixtures for Delivery of Multiple Ecosystem Services: weed diversity and weed control. In: McCracken, K (Ed.) Agriculture and the Environment IX, Valuing Ecosystems: Policy, Economic and Management Interactions, pp. 169-174.
Hathaway-Jenkins, L. J. ; Sakrabani, R; Pearce, Bruce; Whitmore, A. P and Godwin, R. J. (2011) A comparison of soil and water properties in organic and conventional farming systems in England. Soil Use and Management, pp. 1-10.
Meyling, Nicolai V.; Ormond, Emma; Roy, Helen E. and Pell, Judith K. (2008) Pathogen avoidance by insect predators. Poster at: Biannual workshop of Multitrophic Interactions, Göttingen, Germany, University of Göttingen, Germany, 6-7 March 2008. [Unpublished]
Papadopoulos, A; Bird, N R A; Whitmore, A P and Mooney, S J (2006) The effects of organic farming on the soil physical environment. In: Atkinson, C; Ball, B; Davies, D H K; Rees, R; Russell, G; Stockdale, E A; Watson, C A; Walker, R and Younie, D (Eds.) Aspects of Applied Biology 79, What will organic farming deliver? COR 2006, Association of Applied Biologists, pp. 263-267.
Stockdale, E (2001) Optimisation of phosphorus and potassium management within organic farming systems (OF0114). Institute or Arable Crops Research, Rothamsted.
Storkey, Jonathan; Döring, Thomas F.; Baddeley, J. A.; Marshall, Athole; Roderick, S. and Jones, Hannah (2011) Modelling the ability of legumes to suppress weeds. Aspects of Applied Biology , 109, pp. 53-58.
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