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Ex-arable land-use change is a global issue with significant implications for climate change and impact for phytocenosis productivity and soil quality. In temperate humid grassland, we examined the impact of climate variability and changes of soil properties on 23 years of grass productivity after conversion of ex-arable soil to abandoned land (AL), unfertilized, and fertilized managed grassland (MGunfert and MGfert, respectively). This study aimed to investigate the changes betweendoi:10.3390/agriculture11030215 doaj:8e2fd5c231d94856889a6e8138465cc2 fatcat:62vxrqkezbcg7ihy5kwhs2ep3i