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Nature of the nuisance for each species, count of the number of times nuisance types were selected

Nature of the nuisance for each species, count of the number of times nuisance types were selected

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Technical Report
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This report describes the results of a survey of Nova Scotia farmers in April-July, 2014,. The survey was titled Nuisance Nature, and asked farmers to: - identify plants and animals they would consider a nuisance; - to describe the nature and extent of the nuisance; - to describe how they deal with it; - whether they experience any benefits from th...

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... were asked to check a box, or write in the nature of the nuisance for each species. Crop damage was the most frequently identified nuisance, followed by harm to livestock (Table 7). ...

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