PENETRATION RESISTANCE OF SOIL ON THE YEAR-LONG USING MOUNTAIN PASTURE BY THE CATTLE

2008, 9 (2)   p. 311-316

Kvetoslava STANKOVIČOVÁ, Ján NOVÁK, Jozef BAJLA, Juraj CHLPÍK

Abstract

In the year 2006 we investigated mechanical compaction of soil on the mountain pasture (altitude 920 m). Penetration resistance was researched on the compacted places, by cattle hoofs (breed Charolais), which were compared with unmanaged place after deforested. We investigated, that penetration resistant increasing with depth. However intensive increase of compaction was registered exclusively into certain depth. Soil compaction of unmanaged place and cutting - grazing place had high signifi cation of lower penetration resistant (MPa) to compare with place year-long used by grazing.

Keywords

penetration resistance, mountain pasture, system of breeding sucker beef

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