Grasslands improve soil quality


Soil organic carbon is involved at all scales in soil structural integrity, which feeds into the macroscopic properties needed for “healthy soil”.

Soil carbon increases infiltration rate, water-holding capacity, nutrient supply dynamics, cation exchange capacity.

Grasslands regulate resource dynamics at fine scales and improve soil quality for supporting plants when the disturbance regime is reduced to an acceptable level

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