On the one hand, permanent meadows are habitats for a large number of animal and plant species and, on the other hand, an essential basis for livestock farming. The more intensive the cultivation of the areas, the less biodiversity can be found on them. To understand how exactly fertilization affects the land, a simultaneous study of botanical and forage aspects is necessary. The presentation will present the results of a five-year project that studied the effects of fertilization with manure and slurry in meadows with different species richness.
Giovanni Peratoner deals with different aspects of grassland management at the Experimental Center Laimburg
The colloquium will be held at 6 p.m. Wednesday, October 12, at the Museum of Nature South Tyrol. Admission is free. Online booking is required:
The event can also be viewed on the Museum’s YouTube channel: