Multi-household grazing maintains soil fertility

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Changes in land management pattern, such as the way that grazing is organized, affect soil fertility. Scientists Cao et al. studied the soil fertility in the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau. They observed that lands owned and managed by single families had their soils more severely degraded than those of lands collaboratively managed by multiple families.

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