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Monitoring biologické rozmanitosti vinic na jižní Moravě

Title in English Monitoring of biodiversity in south Moravian vineyards


Year of publication 2010
Type Article in Periodical
Magazine / Source Zahradnictví : měsíčník pro ovocnářství, zelinářství, květinářství, školkařství.
MU Faculty or unit

Faculty of Education

Field Botany
Keywords vegetation; weed
Description Project focusing on diversity of selected groups of animals and plants in vineyards of South Moravia studied also weed vegetation. The aim of the study was to determine changes in species composition and species richness of vegetation spontaneously occured in the vineyards under different management regime. We compared vegetation in conventional, integral and biological vineyards. The results of our study clearly demonstrated, that differences in management regime significantly affect changes in species composition of weed vegetation. In the integral and ecological vineyards, there prevail native, mostly perennial herbs, whereas in convential vineyards, the annual alien weed species are more common. We did not find any relationship between management regime and changes in species richness of vineyard weed vegetation.
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