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The ability to manage grazed and cut transplanted grasslands in their traditional manner is critical for the maintenance of their nature conservation value. However, such management has generally not taken place and as a result many transplants have not been as successful as they might have been. Two principal physical constraints on the grazing and cutting of transplanted grasslands have been identified. These were, uneven surfaces, and holes or gaps between turves. Variation in turfdoi:10.21000/jasmr95010194 fatcat:6milrwkvsfbchgf7robuo5jzui