Managing Molinia? Proceedings of a 3 day conference September 2015 (JP017)

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Molinia caerulea Purple Moor-grass is a widespread species and part of a range of wetland and damp pasture plant communities. It can sometimes become dominant and there are instances where this can, in the opinion of conservation managers, detract from what constitutes ‘favourable condition’ of a habitat. This conference was designed to give theoretical background and exchange relevant land management experience regarding the evidence and issues associated in deciding how to manage Molinia. The aim is that these proceedings will act as a benchmark for ongoing discussion of the subject, the development of concepts based on science, and the sharing of land management experience.

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