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The preserving and the recovery of fine sedge communities scheuchzerio caricetea nigrae

, : The preserving and the recovery of fine sedge communities scheuchzerio caricetea nigrae. Abhandlungen Naturwissenschaftlichen Verein zu Bremen 40(4): 367-380

In addition to many other plant associations, fine sedge associations (Scheuchzerio-Carieta nigrae) must be classified as endangered species. In Northwest Germany, they will be found on small areas only. All the more pleasing, therefore, is the fact that these grasses, rich on short stalley sedges, might be presented as well on fallow lands with necessary ecological conditions. On this account, such secondary areas were analysed (plant sociological/soil chemical) and compared to native associated individuals. According to this analysis advices for resowing will be given.

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