“Native grasslands are one of the most threatened ecosystems in Victoria. In only 150 years, a staggering 99.5% of these grasslands have been destroyed, reducing this once extensive native vegetation to small isolated remnants.
A native grassland is a community that is composed of native grasses as well as a range of other species that include herbs and shrubs;
whereas a native grass pasture can be defined as a pasture that is primarily composed of native grasses. A native grass pasture is usually a native grassland that has undergone modification in the
form of grazing and the introduction of legumes e.g. sub clover.
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