List of Posters

nr. Session 1 – Extensive animal production systems and product quality
Room Gallery Building B
1.1 Discriminant analysis to identify ruminant meat produced from pasture or stall-fed animals
Acciaro M., Dimauro C., Decandia M., Sitzia M., Manca C., Giovanetti V., Cabiddu A., Addis M., Rassu S.P.G. and Molle G.
1.2 Coagulation properties and composition of milk from cows fed grass with different amounts of concentrates
Akert F., Reidy B., Kreuzer M., and Berard J.
1.3 Feeding value of Portuguese Mediterranean annual-type rainfed pastures
Almeida J.P.F., Rebello-Andrade C.S.C. and Rodrigues A.M.
1.4 Feed-base strategies that reduce risk of feed-gaps in livestock systems across Australia’s mixed farming zone
Bell L.W., Moore A.D. and Thomas D.T.
1.5 Meta-analysis of historical pasture legume evaluations in northern Australia
Bell L.W., Fainges J. and Darnell R.
1.6 Testing a novel custom-built low-cost platform for measuring crop height
Bitella G., Rossi R., Pollice A., Bochicchio R., Claps S. and Amato M.
1.7 The long-term effect on cow’s milk quality of methods for improving subalpine grasslands
Blaj V.A., Marusca T., Andreoiu A.C. and Mocanu V.
1.8 Performance of lambs fed maize, soybean or maize-soybean intercrop silages
Bolson D.C., Jobim C.C., Daniel J.L.P., Jacovaci F.A., Bueno A.V.I., Ribeiro M.G. and Gritti V.C.
1.9 Fatty acids, carotenoids and fat-soluble vitamin contents in dairy cow milk from autumn grazing in Galicia (NW Spain)
Botana A., Gonzalez L., Dagnac T., Resch-Zafra C., Pereira-Crespo S., Veiga M., Fernandez-Lorenzo B. and Flores-Calvete G.
1.10 Liposoluble antioxidants content of spring-grazing dairy cows’ milk as affected by sward type and maturity stage
Botana A., Gonzalez L., Dagnac T., Resch-Zafra C., Pereira-Crespo S., Veiga M., Fernandez-Lorenzo B. and Flores-Calvete G.
1.11 Organic pasture-based automatic milking systems: comparison of two systems of pasture allocation
Brocard V., Depres C. and Cloet E.
1.12 Growth, carcass and meat quality of Bergamasca light lambs under ‘Agnello del Centro Italia’ PGI
Budimir K., Trombetta M.F., Avanzolini P., Francioni M., Iezzi G., Trozzo L., Virdis F., Angeletti G., Rapaccetti R., Domenici A., Toderi M. and D’Ottavio P.
1.13 Tocopherols and tocotrienols in plant species from Atlantic mountain and valley grasslands
Bustamante M.A., Najera A.I., Velasco O., Arzak M., Aldezabal A. and Barron L.J.R.
1.14 Extensive goat production systems in northern Morocco: production and use of pastoral resources
Chebli Y., Chentouf M., Hornick J.L. and Cabaraux J.F.
1.15 Partial replacement of concentrate by field pea: effects on milk and cheese fatty acid profile
Claps S., Morone G., Sepe L. and Rossi R.
1.16 Introducing fatty acid profile for milk payment in a dairy plant to valorise milk from permanent grasslands
Coppa M., Revello-Chion A., Giaccone D., Tabacco E. and Borreani G.
1.17 Factors affecting herbage and milk fatty acid composition from permanent grasslands in the Italian Alps
Coppa M., Revello-Chion A., Giaccone D., Tabacco E. and Borreani G.
1.18 Monitoring grazing behaviour of Sarda cattle using an accelerometer device
Decandia M., Giovanetti V., Acciaro M., Mameli M., Molle G., Cabiddu A., Manca C., Cossu R., Serra M.G., Rassu S.P.G., Dimauro C.
1.19 Nutritive value and legume content of multi-species swards managed under four cuts per year on organic farms
Decruyenaere V., Farinelle A., Faux A.-M. and Stilmant D.
1.20 Parasitism and farmers’ practices in heifers under organic farming management
Faux A.-M., Decruyenaere V., Farinelle A. and Stilmant D.
1.21 Productivity of silvopastoral systems under Pinus radiata D. Don estimated with the Yield-SAFE model
Ferreiro-Dominguez N., Palma J.H.N., Rigueiro-Rodriguez A. and Mosquera-Losada M.R.
1.22 Behavioural parameters of suckler cows on outdoor winter grounds in north-east Germany
Fischer A., Kranepuhl M., Pickert J. and Giebelhausen H.
1.23 Carcass composition and meat quality of pasture-raised Mallorquina sheep in Balearic Islands
Gutierrez-Pena R., Castillo V., Delgado-Pertinez M. and Guzman- Guerrero J.L.
1.24 What is the place of the feed self-sufficiency in the French PDO specifications?
Hulin S., Bissey M., Arranz J.-M., Jost J. and Spelle C.
1.25 Design and assessment of multispecies pastures for sustainable dairy goat production systems in western France
Jost J. and Caillat H.
1.26 Diet selection of three small ruminants: implications for multispecies concepts
Kaiser T., Fischer A. and Behrendt A.
1.27 EuroDairy – a European thematic network for dairy farming 170
Keatinge R. and Korevaar H.
1.28 Milk production and cow behaviour in an automatic milking system with night-time pasture access
Kismul H., Eriksson T., Hoglind M., Nass G. and Sporndly E.
1.29 Effect of low input alpine grazing systems on fatty acid profile and coagulation properties of milk
Koczura M., Barmaz A., Pervier S., Kreuzer M., Bruckmaier R. and Berard J.
1.30 Does land fragmentation currently limit grazing in dairy farms in Lower Saxony, Germany?
Laggner B. and Roder N.
1.31 Impact of grazing practices on farm self-sufficiency, milk and economic performances of three automatized farms
Lessire F., Scohier C. and Dufrasne I.
1.32 Growth rate of Norwegian White sheep grazing an abandoned island
Lind V., Holand O. and Steinheim G.
1.33 The effect of defoliation frequency on the yield of grass clover swards with and without the inclusion of a variety of herbs and birdsfoot trefoil
Lorenz H., Loges R., Hamacher M., Kluβ C. and Taube F.
1.34 Changes in protein and energy value of five non-leguminous forb species during the primary growth
Lukač B., Kramberger B., Meglič V. and Verbič J.
1.35 Suitability of switchgrass (Panicum virgatum L.) as a forage crop in the Mediterranean area
Mantino A., Ragaglini G., Nassi o di Nasso N., Cappucci A., Mele M. and Bonari E.
1.36 Semi-natural grasslands on the Aran Islands, Ireland: ecologically rich, economically poor
McGurn P., Browne A., Ni Chonghaile G., Duignan L., Moran J., Ó hUalla chain D. and Finn J.A.
1.37 The importance of beef production efficiency in the Sonoran Desert
Moreno M.S., Ibarra F.F.A., Martin R.M.H. and Moreno A.C.Y.
1.38 Digestibility and protein utilisation of silages of grass, red clover-grass and maize by rams
Nadeau E., Saarsoo E., Richardt W. and Helander C.
1.39 Performance of two herd types: suckler cows vs sheep-plus-goats grazing on partially improved heathlands
Osoro K., Ferreira L.M.M., Garcia U., Martinez A. and Celaya R.
1.40 Influence of robust and production-oriented cattle breeds on pasture vegetation
Pauler C., Schneider M.K., Tonn B., Braunbeck T. and Isselstein J.
1.41 Effect of irrigation and N fertilization on the botanical composition of mountain meadows
Peratoner G., Vitalone L., Pramsohler M. and Kasal A.
1.42 Effect of slope and altitude on the costs of forage production in mountain areas
Peratoner G., De Ros G., Senoner J.L., Figl U. and Florian C.
1.43 Ecological intensification of beef grazing systems
Picasso V.D., Schaefer D.M., Modernel P. and Astigarraga L.
1.44 Animal activity and welfare of suckler cows grazing during hot and cold days on fen grassland in northeast Germany
Pickert J., Fischer A., Ehlert S. and Behrendt A.
1.45 Partial grazing of natural pasture reduces the cost of feeding supplementation and improves features of meat from bulls
Rassu S.P.G.; Boe R., Rubattu R., Mazza A., Acciaro M., Battacone G., Pulina G. and Nudda A.
1.46 Feeding behaviour of dairy cattle during summer grazing on mountain pasture
Romanzin A., Corazzin M., Buosi A., Zuliani A., Pasut D. and Bovolenta S.
1.47 How extensive grassland is seen from a dairy industry perspective
Schoof N., Luick R. and Maier C.
1.48 Effects on grassland productivity when converting from a conventional to an organic system
Sveinsson T.
1.49 Sheep diet and performance in two contrasting heathland pastures during winter
Thorvaldsen P., Bär A., Norderhaug A., Lind V. and Φpstad S.
1.50 Activity and weight gain of free-ranging beef cattle in south-boreal forests of Norway
Tofastrud M., Hegnes H., Hessle A. and Zimmermann B.
1.51 Nitrogen cycling in extensive grassland-based animal production systems
Van der Hoek K.W.
1.52 Linking empirical and academic knowledge. A case study of silvopastoral Dehesa system
Velado-Alonso E., Gonzalez-Garcia A. and Gomez-Sal A.
1.53 Evaluation of precision technologies for measuring cow’s grazing behaviour in pasture-based systems
Werner J., Leso L., Umstätter C., Schick M., O’ Brien B.
nr. Session 2 – Sustainable grassland management in high nature value areas
Room Nettuno
2.1 Effects of season on nutritional value of Tedera
Acar Z., Tuzen E., Can M. and Ayan I.
2.2 The quality of multicomponent grass swards for grazing on three soil types
Adamovics A., Gutmane I. and Katamadze M.
2.3 The influence of nitrogen fertilisation on the yields and quality of multicomponent sown meadows
Adamovics A., Gutmane I. and Adamovica O.
2.4 Breeding, design and assessment of annual and perennial legume-based forage crops
Annicchiarico P., Thami Alami I., Souihka A. and Pecetti L.
2.5 How does longer flooding affect forage value and biodiversity value in Atlantic marshlands?
Bonis A., Wetton J.-B. and Bouzille J.B.
2.6 Developing result-based agri-environmental payment schemes (RBAPS) for biodiversity conservation in Ireland and Spain
Byrne D., Maher C., Alzaga V., Astrain C., Beaufoy G., Berastegi A.,
Bleasdale A., Claveria V., Donaghy A., Finney K., Kelly S.B.A., Jones G., Moran J., O’Donoghue B. and Torres J.
2.7 Is phosphorus a limiting factor for the productivity of Campos grasslands?
Cardozo G., Reyno R., Ayala W., Cuadro R., Fernandez P., Beretta A., Jaurena M. and Lattanzi F.A.
2.8 Comparison of different doses and forms of selenium on its
content in aboveground mass of cocksfoot (Dactylis glomerata L.)
Caslavova I., Skladanka J., Knot P., Horky P. and Skarpa P.
2.9 Factors affecting grazing in protected wetlands of North-East Poland
Chodkiewicz A. and Stypiński P.
2.10 Soil properties, yield and quality of permanent grasslands in Bačka region, Vojvodina (Serbia)
Ćupina B., Krstić Dj., Vujić S., Ljevnaić-Mašić B. and Erić P.
2.11 Social valuation of ecosystem services provided by livestock farming in the Italian Alps
Faccioni G., Bernues A., Ramanzin M. and Sturaro E.
2.12 Foraging behaviour of cattle grazing alone or mixed with goats on partially improved heathlands
Ferreira L.M.M., Lopez Lopez C., Celaya R., Garcia U., Rosa-Garcia R., and Osoro K.
2.13 Short- and long-term effects on yield of grassland monocultures and mixtures exposed to simulated drought
Finn J.A., Suter M., Haughey E., Hofer D. and Luscher A.
2.14 Effectiveness of heifers grazing on extensive grassland situated in the B. Papi Reserve
Goliński P., Golińska B. and Paszkowski A.
2.15 The Dehesa silvopastoral systems as high nature value areas: interaction between agricultural uses and natural values
Gomez-Sal A., Velado-Alonso E. and Gonzalez-Garcia A.
2.16 Renovating grazing lands on the Greek islands through the introduction of forage legumes
Hadjigeorgiou I., Fortatos E. and Chatzigeorgiou T.
2.17 Influence of first cut timing on the performance of forage grass varieties in variety testing
Halling M.A.
2.18 Grass-legume mixtures sustain yield advantage under cool maritime growing conditions over a period of five years
Helgadottir A., Gylfadottir T.O., Suter M., Kristjansdottir T.A. and Luscher A.
2.19 New land classification system in Hungary: grassland production estimation in practice
Hoffmann R., Keszthelyi S., Kovacs B. and Pal-Fam F.
2.20 Improving short grass prairies by contour furrowing in Northern Sonora, Mexico
Ibarra F.F.A., Martin R.M.H., Moreno M.S. and Ibarra M.F.A.
2.21 The effect of mowing time on flower resources for pollinators in semi-natural hay meadows of high nature value
Johansen L., Lennartsson T., Westin A., Iuga A., Ivascu C.M., Kallioniemi E. and When S.
2.22 Effects of irrigation on phosphorus in soil, soil microbes and plants of semi-natural grasslands
Landwehr A., Oberson A., Lessard-Therrien M., Humbert J.-Y., Arlettaz R. And Huguenin-Elie O.
2.23 Interspecific hybridisation of white clover and Caucasian clover confers grazing tolerance
Lloyd D.C., Vale J.E., Sizer-Coverdale E.M. and Marshall A.H.
2.24 Feasibility study of directly georeferenced images from low-cost unmanned aerial vehicles for monitoring sward height in a long-term experiment on grassland
Lussem U., Bareth G., Bolten A. and Schellberg J.
2.25 The influence of spent mushroom substrate and cattle slurry on the forage value of alfalfa-grass mixtures
Malinowska E., Truba M., Wiśniewska-Kadżajan B., Sosnowski J., Jankowski K., Skrzyczyńska J.
2.26 Improving the resilience of white clover (Trifolium repens L.) to environ-mental stress through interspecific hybridisation
Marshall A.H., Lloyd D.C., Collins R.P. and Lowe M.
2.27 Transplanting brush species for the rehabilitation of Sonoran Desert degra-ded rangelands in Mexico
Martin R.M.H., Ibarra F.F.A., Moreno M.S., Ibarra M.F.A. and Retes L.R.
2.28 Linking functional plant traits and forage quality under drought conditions
Meisser M., Vitra A., Mosimann E., Deleglise C. and Buttler A.
2.29 Conservation tillage on forage crops: an opportunity to mitigate climate change
Mulè P., Carboni G., Puddu R. and Sanna F.
2.30 The role of re-introducing sheep grazing on protected calcareous xerother-mic grasslands
Musiał K., Szewczyk W., Walczak J. and Grygierzec B.
2.31 Synergy between Axonopus catharinensis and Medicago sativa on in vitro rumen fermentation characteristics
Niderkorn V., Dal Pizzol J.G., Quereuil A., Le Morvan A. and Ribeiro-Filho H.M.N.
2.32 Indicator species of fertilization intensity in mountain grasslands
Păcurar F., Rotar I., Vaida I., Vidican R. and Mălinaş A.
2.33 Temporary night penning as an effective tool to improve plant diversity in nutrient-poor dry grasslands
Pittarello M., Gorlier A., Lonati M., Perotti E. and Lombardi G.
2.34 Topsoil organic carbon content in three representative silvo-pastoral areas at different elevation in Sardinia
Re G.A., Nieddu D., Campesi G., Dettori D., Sassu M., and Sanna F.
2.35 Ecosystem services provision: how compatible are species conservation and livestock rearing?
Roig S., Lopez-Sanchez A., Castilla M.A. and De la Puente J.
2.36 Fertilization with UAN on a natural grassland dominated by Festuca rubra L. and Agrostis capillaris L.
Rotar I., Cirebea M., Pacurar F., Vidican R., Plesa A. and Ranta O.
2.37 Scorpiurus muricatus L.: an interesting legume species for Mediterranean forage systems
Ruisi P., Amato G., Frenda A.S., Giambalvo D. and Di Miceli G.
2.38 Vegetation evolution in Mediterranean oak wood grazed by cattle
Ruiu P.A., Marrosu G.M., Salis L., Pira G. and Sitzia M.
2.39 Biodiversity and ecosystem services in Mediterranean cork oak wooded grasslands as affected by tree canopy
Salis L., Bagella S., Roggero P.P., Pulina A., Cappai C., Sitzia M., Rossetti I., Pintore A., Pala T., Piredda A., Deroma M. and Seddaiu G.
2.40 Nardus stricta L. and Festuca rubra L. meadow under management with organic inputs
Samuil C., Vintu V. and Stavarache M.
2.41 STEPLA+ project: a tool based on information and communication technologies to monitor animal behaviour in grazing systems
Santiago C., Callejero C., Gomez I. and Vicente F.
2.42 Diffusion of heavy metals in plant species occurring in natural and improved grasslands of Sardinia
Serralutzu F., Marceddu S., Piluzza G. and Bullitta S.
2.43 Maintaining farming in wetlands: what are the challenges for breeders?
Sigwalt A., Manoli C. and Lannuzel A.
2.44 Nutrient availability and productivity gradients in permanent grasslands of the central Balkans
Simić A., Dželetović Ž., Vučković S., Krga I., Andrejić G. and Vicić D.D.
2.45 Influence of fertilization and cutting frequency on the characteristics of semi-natural grasslands in Protected Landscape Area of Žďarske vrchy Hills
Skladanka J., Knot P., Nawrath A., Horky P., Caslavova I. and Hloucalova P.
2.46 Cultivar choice in Italian ryegrass (Lolium multiflorum Lam.)
Spanu E. and Vargiu M.
2.47 Persistence and establishment of red clover plants in extensive managed grassland in Norway
Sturite I. and Lunnan T.
2.48 High nature value farmland management: innovative approaches to sustainability of HNV grassland systems in Ireland
Sullivan C. and Moran J.
2.49 Drought resistance of functionally different forage species is related to their nitrogen acquisition and deficiency
Suter M., Hofer D. and Luscher A.
2.50 Methane emission in Jersey cows during spring transition from indoor feeding to grazing
Szalanski M., Kristensen T., Difford G. and Lovendahl P.
2.51 Indirect measurements of Mediterranean grassland vegetation characteristics using plenoptic camera and NIRS
Taugourdeau S., Dionisi M., Capron J.M., Lascoste M., Lesnoff M., Julien L., Borne F. and Borianne P.
2.52 Water vole damage to grasslands is affected by farming practices and landscape
Thorvaldsen P. and Carlsen T.H.
2.53 Comparing diversity indices in rangelands in different areas of Sardinia (Italy)
Vacca G., Camarda I., Brundu G., Sanna F., Caredda S., Maltoni S., Casula A. and Re G.A.
2.54 Forage legumes and grasses. Which is better: pure stands or mixture?
Vargiu M. and Spanu E.
2.55 Utilization efficiency of nitrogen and phosphorus and their response on dry matter accumulation in different forage mixtures
Vasileva V. and Vasilev E.
2.56 Influence of management on Festuca valesiaca grasslands from Romania’s forest steppe
Vintu V., Samuil C., Stavarache M. and Nazarie A.
2.57 Rangeland Rummy: a tool to trigger discussions between pastoral farmers about their grazing system and co-construct adaptive strategies to climatic hazards
Zapata E., Launay F., Peglion M., Martin G. and Jouven M.
nr. Session 3 – Alternative and multiple-uses of grassland resources
Room Palmavera
3.1 Pea-based fodder crops: a promising alternative to fallow in cereal-livestock systems of the Algerian High Plains
Abbas K., Mebarkia A., Annicchiarico P. and Pecetti L.
3.2 Silphium perfoliatum L. silage as alterative to lucerne and maize silage in dairy cow rations
Albrecht K.A., Han K.J. and Combs D.K.
3.3 Seasonal variation of nutritional characteristics of some Mediterranean shrub species
Ammar H., Dallali S., Dhaouadi K., Hajri R., Ben Younes M. and Lopez S.
3.4 Can we differentiate growth regulation of red fescue (Festuca rubra) and forecast yield based on early measurements of normalized difference vegetation index (NDVI)?
Andreasen C. and Nielsen T.S.
3.5 Fractional harvest of perennial legumes can improve forage quality and their exploitation
Andrzejewska J., Ignaczak S., Albrecht K.A. and Surucu M.
3.6 Wild species flowering margins for improved biodiversity in intensive agricultural areas
Arlauskiene A., Sarunaitė L., Jablonskyte-Rasce D., Stukonis V., Damanauskas V. and Velykis A.
3.7 Herbage yield and quality of Persian clover and annual ryegrass mixtures harvested at different growing stages
Ayan I., Ozcan N., Can M. and Acar Z.
3.8 Can diverse forage mixtures optimise ruminant animal production, resilience and environmental impact?
Beaumont D.A., Dittmann M.T., Humphries D.J., Hunt J.J., Jones H.E., Lukac M., Saunders K.J., Wu L., Misselbrook T.H. and Reynolds C.K.
3.9 Biomass allocation to shoots and roots, and nutrient content in herbage legumes
Bender A., Tamm S. and Aavola R.
3.10 Whole soybean grain decreases fungal development in rehydrated corn grain silage
Bueno A.V.I., Bolson D.C., Ribeiro M.G., Jacovaci F.A., Gritti V.C., Daniel J.L.P. and Jobim C.C.
3.11 Inoculation and fertilization affect sulla performance in a new cultivation area
Canu S., Campesi G., Piluzza G., Sassu M., Deligios P.A., Ledda L. and Sulas L.
3.12 Silvopastoral systems with birch and pine saplings under mixed grazing of sheep and goats
Celaya R., Lopez Lopez C., Ferreira L.M.M., Garcia U. and Osoro K.
3.13 Prediction of in vivo digestibility of pasture-based diets in dairy goats from faecal indicators
Charpentier A., Mendowski S. and Delagarde R.
3.14 Morphological and nodulation variation among local populations of Medicago truncatula Gaertn. collected in Djelfa area (Algeria)
Chebouti A., Bekki A., Bessedik F., Mefti M., Meziani N., Laib M. and Amrani S.
3.15 Effect of cutting and fertilization on temporal differentiation of semi-natural grassland vegetation
Čop J. and Eler K.
3.16 Maintaining upland floristic diversity whilst cutting for biomass production: the impact of the seed bank
Corton J., Donnison I.S., Wachendorf M., Vale J. and Fraser M.D.
3.17 Peas as a cover crop for clover and lucerne installation
De Vliegher A., Van Waes C. and Vanden Nest T.
3.18 Evaluation of the feeding value of leaves of woody plants for feeding ruminants in summer
Emile J.C., Delagarde R., Barre P., Niderkorn V. and Novak S.
3.19 Maize yield in silvoarable systems established under Prunus avium L. in Galicia (NW Spain)
Ferreiro-Dominguez N., Rigueiro-Rodriguez A., Gonzalez-Hernandez M.P., Palma J. And Mosquera-Losada M.R.
3.20 Effects of wilting and Lactobacillus buchneri on the aerobic stability and kinetics of gas loss during fermentation of oat silage
Gomes A.L.M., Gritti V.C., Jacovaci F.A., Bueno A.V.I., Ribeiro M.G., Scheidt K.C., Bolson D.C., Jobim C.C., Nussio L.G. and Daniel J.L.P.
3.21 Result-based and value-based payments – more efficient ways forward to promote grassland with multiple benefits
Hasund K.P.
3.22 Using 3-D laser measurements for biomass estimation in semi-natural grasslands invaded by Lupinus polyphyllus
Hensgen F., Mockel T. and Wachendorf M.
3.23 Innovative silage additives to reduce proteolysis in the silo
Herremans S., Decruyenaere V., Beckers Y. and Froidmont E.
3.24 Multispecies pastures in Mediterranean zones: agro-ecological resilience of forage production subject to climatic variations
Huguenin J., Julien L., Capron J.M., Desclaux D., Lesnoff M. and Crespo D.
3.25 Novel grasslands for agricultural production and flood mitigation
Humphreys M.W., Collins R.P., Marshall A.H., Marley C.L., Walawee N.M., Doonan J.H., Dungait J.A.J., Harper J.A., Gasior D., Camargo-Rodriguez A. and Murray P.J.
3.26 Reed canary grass and tall fescue for combustion in grassland ecosystems
Kadžiulienė Ž., Pocienė L. and Tilvikienė V.
3.27 Effect of mulching and mowing on species diversity of low-input lawns
Knot P., Skladanka J., Caslavova I., Horky P. and Hrabe F.
3.28 Agrotechnological measures in lucerne and fodder galega seed production
Meripold H., Tamm U., Tamm S., Vosa T., Edesi L. and Tamm S.
3.29 Performance of sainfoin-grasses mixtures
Mosimann E., Frick R., Suter D. and Hirschi H.U.
3.30 Mulberry (Morus spp.) as a fodder source to overcome climate change
Mosquera-Losada M.R., Fernandez-Lorenzo J.J., Ferreiro-Dominguez N., Gonzalez-Hernandez P., Hernansen J., Villada A. and Rigueiro-Rodriguez A.
3.31 Vegetation dynamics of seed mixtures containing tall fescue (Festuca arundinacea Schreb.)
Peratoner G., Pramsohler M., Vitalone L. and Kasal A.
3.32 Seasonal variation of phenolic content and antioxidant capacity in edible biomass of tagasaste
Piluzza G., Canu S., Carroni A.M., Re G.A., Sassu M. and Sulas L.
3.33 Antioxidant properties and phenolic content of plant species occurring in Mediterranean grasslands
Piluzza G. and Bullitta S.
3.34 Effects of different cover crops on grapevine properties and development of the vine mealybug in Mediterranean environment
Porqueddu C., Muscas E., Cocco A., Cabras M., Mura A., Lentini A., Nieddu G. and Mercenaro L.
3.35 The effect of fermentation residue and wood ash fertilisers on the productivity of grasses
Rancane S., Karklins A., Lazdina D., Berzins P., Stesele V. and Jansons A.
3.36 Producing milk in mountainous areas using little concentrate feed: four contrasted strategies
Rapey H., Bathfield B. and Ingrand S.
3.37 Legume benefits in Mediterranean cropping systems
Re G.A., Piluzza G., Sassu M., Nieddu D., Dettori D., Stangoni A.P. and Sulas L.
3.38 Usefulness of nitrogen application in heavy soils compared to more favourable land in Ireland – utilisation of the Moorepark Grass Growth model
Ruelle E., Delaby L. and Hennessy D.
3.39 Land rehabilitation of a limestone quarry with native forage species
Sanna F., Dettori D., Nieddu D., Mozzi G.L. and Porqueddu C.
3.40 Effect of temperature, acid substrate and heavy metals on lucerne
Slepetys J., Slepetiene A. and Kadziulienė Z.
3.41 Analysis of feeding preferences of wild animals in sown grasslands
Staglianò N., Racanelli V., Bartolozzi S., Sorbetti Guerri F. and Argenti G.
3.42 Effects of lamb production systems on carcass and meat quality
Stenberg E., Arnesson A., Wallin K., Helander C., Karlsson A. and Arvidsson-Segerkvist K.
3.43 Naturally occurring medicinal plants as ecosystem service of extensively used grassland
Sucholas J., Zur Loye A., Heinrich M. and Luick R.
3.44 Soil respiration of permanent grassland under different management in central Apennines
Trozzo L., Francioni M., Tesei G., Budimir K., Papaveri A., Barbetti L., Allegrezza M., Kishimoto-Mo A.W., D’Ottavio P. and Toderi M.
3.45 Secondary compounds in the Sardinian endemic Bituminaria morisiana, a multipurpose forage legume
Usai M., Marchetti M., Melis R.A.M. and Porqueddu C.
3.46 Characterizing difference in pollen carriage by bumblebee species in unimproved pastures
Wilkinson M.J., Ronca S., Clare A., Riley M.C., Young M.J., Warren J., Ford C.S. and Breen J.

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