This association includes low-growing stands of nutrient-demanding, disturbance-adapted species on rich mesic soils. They are managed either as intensive pastures for cattle and other domestic animals or as frequently cut lawns in city parks. Compared to the pastures, the city lawns are poorer in species due to the absence of some grazing-adapted plants. Although plant biomass is frequently removed from pastures (but not from city lawns), there is also the high nutrient input, which supports post-disturbance regeneration. This vegetation type is distributed throughout the Czech Republic, although it has not been well documented with relevés.