Data from: Enhancing the diversity of breeding invertebrates within field margins of intensively managed grassland: effects of alternative management practices

Rochelle A. Fritch, Helen Sheridan, John A. Finn, Stephen McCormack & Daire Ó HUallacháin
Severe declines in biodiversity have been well documented for many taxonomic groups due to intensification of agricultural practices. Establishment and appropriate management of arable field margins can improve the diversity and abundance of invertebrate groups; however, there is much less research on field margins within grassland systems. Three grassland field margin treatments (fencing off the existing vegetation “fenced”; fencing with rotavation and natural regeneration “rotavated” and; fencing with rotavation and seeding “seeded”) were compared to...
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