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fencerow

Planting which forms a fence or is adjacent to a fence.
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That evening, I had my first of two sits in a ladder stand in the middle of a small fencerow that just looked like a great place to kill a deer.
A limited amount of nesting habitat, created by fencerow maintenance or historic grazing, was found outside but adjacent to these actively-grazed pastures.
State-wide in distribution, found in a variety of habitats that includes wooded areas and forest edge associated with brush piles, grassy areas, oldfields, and fencerows.
The percentage of districts that identified landscapes as the location where they typically had the most trouble with weeds increased, however, from 23% in 2001 to 33% in 2004, and fencerows rose from 33% in 2001 to 39% in 2004.
The Upper Dauphin Area High School's conservation club also will be planting many of the same species in recovered fencerows on SGL 211 soon.
Sears placed great hope in the wildlife benefit of fencerows to farmland wildlife and doubtless was saddened to learn of extensive fencerow loss in modern Ohio (Sears 1946).
elator consists of sparsely vegetated areas that may or may not include honey mesquite, including heavily grazed land, disturbed areas, and areas along fencerows adjacent to cultivated fields and roads.
Fencerows along fields or nearby woody patches may be essential for bobwhites to escape predation.
Passion Vine/Maypop (Passiflora incarnata): This vine can be found along fencerows.
Well drained mesic to xeric woods, fields, fencerows.
Groves' traps run in lines from streambanks to weedy fencerows to plants in fields, orchards, and vineyards.
In another study in Michigan, Marino and Landis (1996) found that parasitism rates of true army-worm Pseudaletia unipunctata were higher in a complex landscape (comprised of abundant and highly interconnected woodlots and fencerows) than in a simple landscape (where woodlots and fencerows were less abundant and interconnected).