Grassland // Pastizal

Management // Manejo

US // 1. An area of natural prairie vegetated mostly with perennial grasses and associated forbs, characteristic of subhumid, semiarid, and some arid regions before human intervention. 2. An area seeded to grasses and/or legumes for forage production.
Troeh, F.R. and R.L. Donahue. 2003. Dictionary of Agricultural and Environmental Science. USA. Ames, IA: Iowa State Press. See p. 211.
US // Land which is in grass but not under cultivation. (As commonly used, it is not restricted to true grasses, but may include legumes and other nongrasses.) 2. Land that produced grass just previous to being planted to a particular crop. 3. Any of the great natural regions of the world in which the vegetation is mainly grass or other herbaceous plants.
Herren, R.V. and R.L. Donahue. 1991. The Agriculture Dictionary. USA. Albany, NY: Delmar Publishers. See p. 209.
CAN // Grasslands include land that is in perennial grasses and herbaceous species for grazing or other uses including native range, seeded tame pasture, abandoned farm areas and other uncultivated uses (e.g. ditches, riparian areas etc.).
Gauthier, D.A. L. Patino, and K. McGovern. 2002. Status of Native Prairie Habitat, Prairie Ecozone, Saskatchewan. Project report to Wildlife Habitat Canada, Number 8.65A. 1R-01/02, Canadian Plains Research Centre, Regina.
MEX // Vegetación con predominancia de gramíneas.
Rzedowski, J. 1988. Vegetación de México. LIMUSA, México. See p. 392.
MEX // Terreno de abundante pasto; Pasto: cualquier cosa que sirve como el sustento del animal.
Real Academia Española 2001.


EN // Praire (Ecology); Pastureland, Praire. Range, Rangeland (Managment)
ESP // Pradera (Ecología); Tierras de pastoreo; Pradera, Agostadero (Manejo)

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