Leave unharvested cereal headlands within arable fields
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Unharvested cereal headlands are strips of cereal crop around the edge of arable fields that are left throughout the winter. In addition, they are often treated less intensively with few fertilisers and no broadleaved herbicides.
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This Action forms part of the Action Synopsis:Bird Conservation
Bird Conservation - Published 2013