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Vegetation development in extreme conditions of car parks reinforced by prefabricated planting surface

, : Vegetation development in extreme conditions of car parks reinforced by prefabricated planting surface. Acta Pruhoniciana (48): 87-124

Several types of reinforced planting surface were compared for car parking sites at different localities over 5 years. They were made of concrete (or reinforced concrete) or brick lattice with grass sown in the soil filling the spaces. Festuca rubra rubra and Poa pratensis were the main grasses and it is recommended that they should comprise 30-50% of all mixtures.

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