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Near-natural restoration of raw soil with material of local origin: seed-rich plant clipping material and overburden



Near-natural restoration of raw soil with material of local origin: seed-rich plant clipping material and overburden



Soil bioengineering: ecological restoration with native plant and seed material Conference, HBLFA Raumberg Gumpenstein, Austria, 5-9 September 2006: 85-92



The methods presented in this paper are near-natural alternatives to the traditional restoration of slope sites with standard seed mixtures. The application of seed-rich plant clipping material/hay, Heudrusch or overburden on raw soil guarantees an effective erosion control. The selection of suitable and local donor sites enable a sustainable development of vegetation units typical for the respective landscape unit.

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