Items affiliated to " UK > Univ. Warwick, HRI"
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Number of items at this level: 13.
Anon, (2002) Advantages and disadvantages of different break crops in organic grass/arable rotations (OF0143). Scottish Agricultural College.
Anon, (2002) Desk study to apply knowledge developed for conventional horticulture to the control of pests in organic vegetables (OF0179). Horticulture Research International, Wellesbourne.
Anon, (2002) Growth and competition model for organic weed control. Horticulture Research International, Wellesbourne.
Anon, (1998) Desk study on the control of weeds in organic arable and horticultural production systems OF0152. Horticulture Research International.
Bending, Gary (2002) Changes to soil quality indicators following conversion to organic vegetable production (OF0401). Horticulture Research International, Wellesbourne.
Chandler, David (1998) Biological control of leatherjackets using insect pathogens OF0116T. Horticulture Research International.
Grundy, Dr Andrea (2006) Using weeds to reduce pest insect numbers in organic vegetable crops - a desk study (OF0329). Warwick HRI.
Grundy, Andrea C and Turner, Rebecca J (2002) Horticultural weed control in organic systems – a modelling approach. In: Powell, Jane and et al., (Eds.) Proceedings of the UK Organic Research 2002 Conference, Organic Centre Wales, Institute of Rural Studies, University of Wales Aberystwyth, pp. 295-298.
Hodge, A; Gosling, Paul; Goodlass, G and Bending, Gary (2004) Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in organic systems. HRI Warwick.
Lennartsson, Dr Margi (2000) Conversion to organic field vegetable production OF0126T. Henry Doubleday Research Association.
Stopes, Christopher and et al, (2001) Overwinter transplant production for extended season organic cropping (OF 0144). Elm Farm Research Centre.
Sumption, Phil (2004) Conversion to Organic Field Vegetable Production (Phase 2). Henry Doubleday Research Association.
Wood, Robin (2003) Economic and agronomic feasibility of organic vegetable seed production in the UK, and subsequent seed quality (OF0166). Horticulture Research International, Kirton.
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