Thursday, April 11, 2013
artificial lawn is a key part of the modern livestock production system
artificial lawn is a key part of the modern livestock production system. On the one hand, it can make up for the deficiencies of natural grassland yields low to effectively alleviate pasture grazing pressure; the other hand, it can be a steady stream to provide livestock quantity, high quality forage. Therefore, artificial lawn sustained, stable and healthy development, protection of the ecological environment, improve livestock production plays an important role for the maintenance of livestock production. However, in the vast arid and semi-arid areas, artificial lawn is highly vulnerable to the double impact of natural and anthropogenic factors. Artificial lawn, drought, sandstorms and salinization, barren and other natural factors pose a direct threat to human practice activities and the level of awareness has a direct relationship to whether artificial lawn can function properly.
The ratio of the size of the total 12,582 rural information network area of grass artificial lawn is also the most important symbol to measure the level of productivity of a country of grassland animal husbandry. U.S. artificial lawn (including crop rotation grass) accounted for 29%; New Zealand accounted for 61.9% of the total area of grassland. According to the analysis, in the world, the proportion of total natural turf artificial lawn per 1% increase in grassland animal production levels increased by 4%, while the United States increased by 10%. The artificial lawn area accounting for about 3% of the total area of grassland, the quantity and quality should be improved. Grassland restoration of cropland is both ecological construction, revegetation need more building and an excellent opportunity to expand the construction of artificial lawn.