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CHANGES IN THE WATER-HOLDING CAPACITY OF A. DIFFUSA UNDER THE DIFFERENT GRAZING INTENSITIES IN THE CONDITION OF LIVESTOCK GRAZING (In the case of Karnabchul semi-desert)

Valiyev Shuhrat Ashirboyevich1 , Rajabov Toshpolot Faizulloevich2 , Ruth Phoebe Tchana Wandji3 , Miinnazarov Maksat Abdykalykovich4 , Nasirov Mukhtar Gaffarovich1 , Kabulova Flora Djabborovna1 , Jurayeva Zukhra Djurakulovna1 , Keldiyorova Khurshida Khudoyorovna1


Soil water holding capacity is an important indicator of its ability to retain moisture and support plant growth. This study investigated the variation in water-holding capacity (WHC) characteristics of Artemisia diffusa, a common forage plant species, under different grazing intensities under livestock grazing conditions. Four intensities of livestock grazing were defined: initial (IG), low (LG), medium (MG), and heavy (HG). This study suggests that proper rangeland management can improve the water retention capacity of A. diffusa and increase its tolerance to livestock grazing conditions.



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