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alpiner_fertigrasen.pdf
Alpiner Fertigrasen - eine neue Entwicklung in der Hochlagenbegrünung
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Datum der Datei: 08.01.2014 12:10:35
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Krautzer, B., Tamegger, C., 2011: Alpiner Fertigrasen - eine neue Entwicklung in der Hochlagenbegrünung. Renatura Info 1/2011, S 11.

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Einfluss_der_Lagerungsbedingungen_von_Mais-Ganzkornsilage_GKS_auf_Grgaszusammensetzung_und_Grungsverluste.pdf
Einfluss der Lagerungsbedingungen von Mais-Ganzkornsilage
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Datum der Datei: 14.07.2016 10:58:48
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07_Abschlussbericht_Einfluss_neuer_Stretchfolientechnologien_und_Anzahl_an_Wickellagen_auf_Grungsverluste_Grfutterqualitt_und_aerobe_Stabilitt_von_Grassilage_in_Rundballen.pdf
Einfluss neuer Stretchfolientechnologien
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Datum der Datei: 20.07.2016 10:29:45
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2011_journal_of_ecology_99_bohner.pdf
Functional traits and local environment predict vegetation responses to disturbance: a pan-European multi-site experiment
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Datum der Datei: 03.12.2013 09:32:40
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Disturbance is one of the most important factors structuring the taxonomic and functional composition of vegetation. Vegetation resistance or resilience to disturbance depends on local environmental conditions, further modifying the pool of species and traits. This paper aims to understand how disturbance and local environment combine to affect the resistance and resilience of vegetation. A functional trait approach was used to detect traits related to vegetation resistance and resilience, and trait attributes of individual species responding to disturbance. Trait approaches enable comparison of vegetation responses across biogeographic regions containing different species pools. At 35 European forest and grassland sites, experimental disturbance was applied (human trampling) at five intensities. Indices for resistance and resilience were calculated, based on total vegetation cover, and related to climate and local site factors. Additional indices were calculated for the most common species to demonstrate traits that confer resistance and resilience to disturbance. Vegetation resistance was related to occurrence of species with traits selected by a history of intensive land-use (smaller leaf size, rosette plant form), and local environment conditions. Vegetation resilience, however, was associated with ecosystem properties that facilitate higher growth rates. Resilient vegetation occurred where irradiation was higher (grasslands, open forests) with sufficient water availability (summer precipitation, humidity) and comprised of species with traits related to enhanced growth rates (increased SLA, decreased LDMC). Synthesis This pan-European disturbance experiment demonstrates that different drivers (land-use or climate) of vegetation response show different mechanistic responses to physical disturbance. Resistance depends on the functional composition of predominant species in the assemblage, which is strongly affected by land-use history; resilience is directly connected to growth rates affected by climate. We argue for the inclusion of land-use history and climate into the planning process for visitor management, especially in areas of high conservation interest.

 

Bernhardt-Römermann, M., Gray, A. Vanbergen, A., Bergès, L., Bohner, A., Brooker, R. (2011): Functional traits and local environment predict vegetation responses to disturbance: a pan-European multi-site experiment. Journal of Ecology 99: 777-787

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influence_of_different_storage_conditions_on_quality_aspects_of_harvested.pdf
Influence of different storage conditions on quality aspects of harvested seed material from an Arrhenatherion meadow. Proceedings of the 17th Symposium of the European Grassland Federation "The Role of Grasslands in a Green Future. Threats and Perspecti
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Datum der Datei: 21.01.2014 11:33:59
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No guidelines are available for quality criteria and storage conditions of harvested seed material coming from semi-natural grassland. The aim of this work was to find some methods which are practicable and recommendable to assess such quality aspects. The seed material from an Arrhenatherion meadow was harvested via on-site threshing in 2009. After the determination of purity and thousand seed weight, the germination capacity was tested in a greenhouse. The harvested seed material was stored under different conditions up to three years and tested once a year. A specific volume of seed material was sown on organic growing media. The results showed that storage under different conditions and the length of storage influenced the germination capacity significantly. Storage under cool and dry conditions revealed better results. There is a strong positive relationship (correlation) between the proportion of mature seed and germination percentage.

 

Haslgrübler, P., Krautzer, B., Graiss, W., Blaschka, A., Pötsch, E., 2013: Influence of different storage conditions on quality aspects of harvested seed material from an Arrhenatherion meadow. Proceedings of the 17th Symposium of the European Grassland Federation "The Role of Grasslands in a Green Future. Threats and Perspectives in Less Favoured Areas", Grassland Science in Europe Volume 18, p. 439-441.

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produktionstechnik_von_alpenrotschwingel0.pdf
Produktionstechnik von Alpen-Rotschwingel
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Datum der Datei: 22.01.2014 11:38:21
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Krautzer, B., 2009: Produktionstechnik von Alpen-Rotschwingel. Tagungsbeilage, LFZ Raumberg-Gumpenstein, 3 S.

 

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quality_characteristics_of_seed_material_harvested_from_molinion_litter.pdf
Quality characteristics of seed material harvested from Molinion litter meadows
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Datum der Datei: 08.01.2014 11:57:55
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Sufficient information about the quality characteristics of on-site harvested seed material from valuable donor sites for restoration of endangered grassland communities is a precondition for its successful use. In order to determine the necessary seed rate and the best-suited application method, information about thousand seed weight, purity and germination capacity of the material is essential. Seed mixtures from a herb-rich Molinion litter meadow, harvested with two different methods: i) on-site threshing (OST) and ii) seed stripping (SS), were assessed. The purity of stripped material exceeded 60% and was around 20% higher compared to OST. The germination capacity of the harvested pure seeds treated with and without pre-chilling was investigated. Slight differences between harvesting methods could be observed, whereas pre-chilling of the seed material caused a significant increase in germination capacity of the seed material. The total germination rate did not exceed 30%. Litter meadows contain a high percentage of dormant seeds. This refers to the practical experience that optimal restoration success can be reached if reseeding of Molinion meadows takes place at the end of the season.

 

Krautzer, B., Haslgrübler, P., Blaschka, A., Graiss, W., Pötsch, E., 2013: Quality characteristics of seed material harvested from Molinion litter meadows. Proceedings of the 17th Symposium of the European Grassland Federation "The Role of Grasslands in a Green Future. Threats and Perspectives in Less Favoured Areas", Grassland Science in Europe Volume 18, p. 487-489.

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rekultivierung_und_revitalisierung_von_almweideflchen.pdf
Rekultivierung und Revitalisierung von Almweideflächen
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Datum der Datei: 08.01.2014 11:54:38
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Bei der Rekultivierung und Revitalisierung vom Almweiden treten immer wieder Probleme auf, die sehr oft schlechte, vielfach nur kurzfristige Begrünungserfolge nach sich ziehen. Dies ist beispielsweise nach einer Trennung von Wald und Weide für die ursprünglich Weideberechtigten äußerst unbefriedigend und stellt aus deren Sicht den getätigten Aufwand sehr oft in Frage. Auch Revitalisierungen von bestehenden Weideflächen bringen ohne Verwendung passender Ansaattechniken und Mischungen geringe Erfolge. Zur Vermeidung von Rekultivierungsfehlern und damit zur Gewährleistung einer erfolgreichen Neuanlage oder Revitalisierung von Reinweideflächen ist eine Reihe von Maßnahmen zu beachten. Dabei ist zwischen den Maßnahmen zur Vorbereitung der Flächen bis zur Begrünung sowie Maßnahmen zur Erreichung und Erhaltung einer nutzbaren und produktiven Weide zu unterscheiden.

 

Krautzer, B., Graiss, W., 2011: Rekultivierung und Revitalisierung von Almweideflächen. Saatbau Aktuell, Nr. 34/2011, 10-11.

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2005_grassland_science_in_europe_10_bohner.pdf
Soil chemical properties as indicators of plant species richness in grassland communities
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Datum der Datei: 03.12.2013 09:44:48
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The influence of soil chemical properties and various management regimes on plant species richness in grassland communities was investigated. Selected soil chemical properties were tested to define indicators for sustainable grassland management. For plant species richness in agriculturally-used permanent grassland communities, the lactate-soluble P content in topsoil is an important environmental factor. Species-rich grassland communities are restricted to soils with less than 25 mg P per kg fine earth fraction in topsoil.

 

Bohner, A. (2005): Soil chemical properties as indicators of plant species richness in grassland communities. Grassland Science in Europe 10: 48-51

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zusammensetzung_und_einsatz_von_saatgutmischungen_in_hochlagen.pdf
Zusammensetzung und Einsatz von Saatgutmischungen in Hochlagen
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Datum der Datei: 08.01.2014 11:35:50
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Graiss, W., Krautzer, B., Partl, C., 2008: Zusammensetzung und Einsatz von Saatgutmischungen in Hochlagen. 14. Alpenländisches Expertenforum, LFZ Raumberg-Gumpenstein, 77-81.

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