Lowland Semi-natural Grassland - Types of Grassland

Types of Grassland

There are 5 categories of semi-natural grassland in the UK:

  • Neutral/mesotrophic grassland. Have a ph of between 5 and 6.5. They lie between extremes of acidity and alkanity, wetness and dryness. Few large sites remain, and are typically used for grazing and hay production.
  • Calcerous grassland. ph 6.5 to 8.5, typically on limestone chalk. Mostly used for grazing.
  • Acidic/Calcifugous grassland
  • Fen meadows and rush pastures
  • Calaminarian grassland

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