Management Practices and Bioproductivity in Grassland of Dry Areas

@inproceedings{YezChvez2018ManagementPA,
  title={Management Practices and Bioproductivity in Grassland of Dry Areas},
  author={L. G. Y{\'a}{\~n}ez-Ch{\'a}vez and A. Pedroza-Sandoval and I. Sanchez-Cohen and M. Vel{\'a}squez-Valle and R. Trejo-Calzada},
  year={2018}
}
In Mexico, the grassland represents 40.1% of the total area of the country and it is a source of feed for livestock, although suffers different degrees of degradation due to lack of management and adverse climatic conditions. The problem of the grasslands is complex since it involves diverse type’s soils, presence of invasive plants, low success in the establishment of grasses or replanting, high fluctuation in the rainfall distribution, as well as the low capacity of the soil to retain… Expand

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