ungrazed

ungrazed

(ʌnˈɡreɪzd)
adj
(Agriculture) (of pasture, etc) not grazed
References in classic literature ?
In the ungrazed pastures swaths of dead stuff caught their feet, and the ground beneath glistened with sweat.
The hypotheses that deposition of goose feces results in smaller plants, greater percentage of biomass in leaves, lower percentage of biomass in bulbs, and that the effects would be greater for ungrazed than for grazed arrowgrass were fully supported by the clipping experiment.
Life-history attributes of plants in grazed and ungrazed grasslands on the Northern Tablelands of New South Wales.
For example, were there different amounts of seed in burnt or unburnt areas and grazed or ungrazed areas, and where was the nesting habitat more suitable?'
Estimation of phytomass for ungrazed crested wheatgrass plants using allometric equations.
The control (ungrazed) data shows that MSC was increasing at a faster rate in 1997 than in 1996 until a period of lower rainfall around 600 GDD.
In the Georgia Piedmont, particulate and biologically active soil C fractions increased in all forage management systems, but they increased more in grazed than in ungrazed systems because of the return of feces to the soil (Franzluebbers and Stuedemann 2003).
"However, many farmers happen, for whatever reason, not to have animals for a period of time and the prohibition would mean that the farmer's grazing rights would remain unused and commons would go ungrazed and deteriorate.
Dormaar JF, Smoliak S, Willms WD (1990) Distribution of nitrogen fractions in grazed and ungrazed fescue grassland Ah horizons.
On livestock farms, farmers should leave some areas of grass uncut and ungrazed for leverets to hide in.
Land that was grazed produced more grass than ungrazed land, and grazing led to the most carbon and nitrogen being sequestered in soil.
Craft, "Comparison of wetland structure and function on grazed and ungrazed salt marshes," Journal of the Elisha Mitchell Scientific Society, vol.