Namibia: Grazing can have a strong impact on the composition of plant cover. The photo shows the farm Duruchaus in central Namibia (right hand side of the fence) where intensive grazing by a high number of sheep and goats caused differences in the species composition of the vegetation compared to the neighbouring farm (cattle farming): there is a lower cover by perennial grasses and palatable dwarf shrubs.
BIOTA AFRICA/Dirk Wesuls
26 March 2017 - 28 March 2017
2nd Agriculture and Climate Change Conference: Climate ready resource use-efficient crops to sustain food and nutritional security
12 June 2017 - 16 June 2017
1st World Confernce on Soil and Water Conservation Under Global Change