Molinia caerulea, also called purple moor grass, covers large areas of deep peat. It can dominate other blanket bog species, lowering the diversity of the bog and reducing its condition status as defined by Natural England.It is important that land managers, conservation organisations, academics and other practitioners work closely together to manage the risk that Molinia-domination carries for some of our vitally important blanket bogs.
This webinar gives you the opportunity to learn from farmers, ecologists and conservationists about how we can approach Molinia management using the latest research and knowledge from those at the forefront of the debate.
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Event tile image: Purple moor grass site at Moss Moor to survey vegetation, Moors for the Future Partnership