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Reflections on the vegetation dynamics of mountain pastures in the Central Massif. II. Pastures and rough grazings

Reflections on the vegetation dynamics of mountain pastures in the Central Massif. II. Pastures and rough grazings

Fourrages ( 125): 85-103

The effects of grazing systems, grazing intensity, precipitation and N fertilizer on the botanical composition of pastures and rough grazings in the mid-altitude Central Massif are reviewed. The maintenance of the original flora depends on the balance between grazing pressure and productivity. The low carrying capacity is often a problem.

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