Study points out certain weeds' biodiversity role

Many of the species parks departments consider "weeds" are important for biodiversity and could be left alone, particularly in areas of low residential use, according to those involved in a recent study into urban meadows (HW, 8 July).

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Study: surveys in Edinburgh, Bristol, Leeds and Reading - image: University of Edinburgh
Study: surveys in Edinburgh, Bristol, Leeds and Reading - image: University of Edinburgh

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