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The Pásztó pasture is a typical Pannonic saline steppe which is rich in seasonal wetland. By means of being a Pannonic saline steppe it became part of EU Natura 2000 network as a SAC which is highly influenced by a Pannonic climate with surplus water in the spring and extreme temperatures and aridity in summer. The enrichment of salt in the soil is due to high evaporation of ground water during summer. These habitat types are partly of natural origin and partly under a distinct influence of cattle grazing. The Pásztói-legelő of Túrkeve as its name says was a pasture land for centuries of Túrkeve settlement in the former inundation area of Berettyó River.

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