Plan for Adapting Land Use Regimes of Three Farms in Luhansk Region to Climate Change. Technical Report

In the frame of Steppe Biodiversity project, a land study was done for three pilot farms in the Luhansk region. The work aimed to assess the current state of soils and the dynamics of soil humus loss, and to analyze changes in plant growth conditions and their impact on plant productivity. The findings helped to draw recommendations on most favorable land use regimes and specific agriculture practices, needed to help the farms to preserve their rich humus lands and restore degraded lands.