Novabiom is taking part in the Salon de la Chasse et de la Faune Sauvage 2024, in Mantes-la-Jolie, from March 22 to 25, 2024. We'll be there to talk about miscanthus, a perennial, sterile and non-invasive grass that has its place in land-use planning.

It is grown without inputs, with a single intervention on the plot for harvesting in early April. Miscanthus therefore offers a habitat with little disturbance, frequented by large and small game. As a wildlife cover, miscanthus can be used as an ecological corridor, as a relay cover at harvest time and as a fixed edge element.

Its integration into the landscape in strips or small plots makes it an attractive cover for wildlife.

Join us at stand A09 for a chat about miscanthus and its use in landscaping.

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