British Wildlife 06.6 August 1995

Habitat management news

Cow Parsley, Anthriscus sylvestris, is increasingly being seen as a problem by conservationists as it is tending to dominate certain grasslands, especially road verges. Mowing is the usual response to invaders of grassland but many Cow Parsley-dominated areas are already routinely mown, so the suppression of this species clearly needs a more considered approach.

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