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Insects and Hedgerows: the B-Lines project - Shared screen with speaker view
CPRE Shropshire
32:22
Remember to note your questions down, there will be plenty of time for questions at the end.If you'd like to find out more about what we're doing with hedgerows this winter, please visit: www.cpreshropshire.org.uk and whilst you're there please consider joining us today! Thank you for your interest and support.
Sue Steer
01:15:27
I should know but is there a list of the order of flowering of hedgerow plants? Martin Steer
Veronica
01:17:51
Thanks kate...truly engrossing!
Charles and Sally Green
01:18:48
Fascinating stuff! 3km seems quite a wide tranche of land. How much of the target B-lines are actually that wide yet?
Aoife Dillon
01:18:52
Do bug life register with BASIS so farmers can get CPD points (for environmental stewardship)
CPRE Shropshire
01:21:27
Please remember to keep yourself muted while others are asking questions to avoid any background noise please. Feel free to unmute when you want to ask any questions.
Phil Bamber
01:22:53
A previous CPRE talk was on hedgerow management. May be useful if still available online re. managing post planting.
Lauren, Ganders Farm
01:23:03
we would leave the hedges for atleast 10 years then go back to manage them, like Kate said clear to allow growth and water if drought conditions
Anthony Antonucci
01:24:30
Thank you for this session - very informative.
Duncan
01:27:01
Brilliant talk -shows the benefits of hedgelaying! Many thanks.
Alex Johnson
01:28:17
Great talk thanks Kate I learnt loads!
Sue Steer
01:28:59
agree with point about BASIS points for training
Louise Westbury
01:29:37
Many thanks to Kate and to CPRE for an excellent talk.
Richard
01:31:14
Thanks Kate a great talk
ELIZABETH KNOWLES
01:32:06
Thanks Kate. Interesting and informative talk.
Michelle Putter
01:38:27
Thank you, very interesting.