E3S Web Conf.
Volume 220, 2020Sustainable Energy Systems: Innovative Perspectives (SES-2020)
|Number of page(s)||5|
|Published online||16 December 2020|
Impact Of Different Type Of Cattle Grazing On The Processes Of Agrochemical Degradation and Digression Of Soil Cover
Vladimir State University named after A.G. and N.G. Stoletov, Vladimir, Russia
2 Faculty of Architecture, Warsaw University of Technology, Poland
The article proposes the results of studying the influence of various types of cattle grazing on the content of mobile forms of phosphorus (P2O5), potassium (K2O), organic matter (C,%) and Ph rate. It has been found out that with different types of cattle grazing, clear differentiation of the agrochemical state within the land plots is manifested. The degree of vegetation cover digression is characterized by a significant decrease in the species composition depending on the type of cattle grazing. Various levels of interrelation between the type of cattle grazing and observable dynamics of changes in the ecological functions of soil cover and their influence on the structure of the digression levels formation are designated in the article. The obtained results based on the conclusions of this article may serve as one of the options for conducting research on the assessment of destructive anthropogenic activity. For the most effective protection of soil cover of territories exposed to livestock impact, it is necessary to develop agrotechnical complexes. It has been discovered that real loads as a result of uncontrolled and periodic cattle overgrazing are 10 times higher than the maximum permissible norms that manifests itself in intense and significant violation of a natural ecosystem.
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