Section 10 of the FWAG Farm Conservation Guide for farmers and land managers - on the management of natural resources alongside artificial inputs.
Year of Publication2009
Information on the ways in which an integrated approach to managing resources can be adopted in order to avoid farming practices coming into conflict with wildlife or the landscape. The management of risk and protection of soils, water and air is considered in terms of reduction of impact from such as pesticides, manures and fertilisers and physical activities. This is a chapter from a comprehensive practical conservation guide produced by FWAG. The complete guide (printed and bound) may be purchased by contacting FWAG.
This item is categorised as follows
- Subject Collection > Soils & water > Soil management
- Subject Collection > Soils & water
- Subject Collection > Climate, ecology & environment > Wastes management & pollution control
- Subject Collection > Soils & water > Rivers & lakes
- Subject Collection > Climate, ecology & environment > Wildlife & biodiversity
- Subject Collection > Climate, ecology & environment
- Subject Collection > Soils & water > Water resource management
- Subject Collection > Climate, ecology & environment > Managing land for environmental benefit
Additional keywords/tagssoil fertilitysoil conditionpollutionphosphatesorganicnvznutrient planningfwag farm conservation guidenitratesnitrate vulnerable zoneerosioncompliancecampaign for the farmed environmentnutrient management
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