Any grassland management practice that allows plants to flower and seed, even if only for a short period, will be beneficial. Some examples include:
- Grazing a taller average sward height (9-12cm)
- Deferred grazing systems
- Leaving small areas uncut in mown or topped fields
This will boost wildlife opportunities as well as improving water infiltration into soil. You can target this approach on less productive grassland areas (either whole fields or to awkward corners, wet areas and buffer strips).