Creation of a perennial grass seed area
Improvement of pastures through planting perennial legumes, cereals and grasses and creating seed banks. The purpose is to restore the degraded area for later use as a pasture, to secure perennial grass and cereal seed production, and to improve pasture productivity in other areas. Establishment and maintenance activities include fencing the area, ploughing, sowing the cover crops in the spring, and mowing in the autumn.
Note: For this SLM technology case, the SPI report on Sustainable Land Management and Climate Change refers to: Nadezhda, F. 2016. Creating varieties of the perennial cereal grasses by the polycross method in northern kazakhstan. Ekin Journal of Crop Breeding and Genetics 2(1):30-35.