Hard Hill experimental plots on Moor House – Upper Teesdale National Nature Reserve - A review of the experimental set up (NECR321)

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The Hard Hill Experiment, established in 1954, is assumed to consist of replicated treatments involving fire-rotation lengths and grazing. In reality, the various treatment plots are not replicates of comparable treatments because significant differences have been identified between the various plots in terms of their physical structure and treatment history. This report identifies and discusses the differences between treatments.

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