The aim of the project is the development of digitally based land management concepts for typical grassland sites in Schleswig-Holstein. For the first time, area-based soil, crop, and yield data are collected, put together, and used for the development of a digital land management concept. For example, the direct connection between the currently prevailing soil properties, the plant stand, and selected yield and quality parameters on actual sites is established. Another element of the work is the assessment of the soil compaction status of grassland areas for the development of site-specific and intensity-specific inspection concepts. After evaluating the collected data, management measures will be developed that are adapted to individual plots or sites at the respective location. From this, fertilization intensities adapted for the area can be derived and plant stands developed accordingly via targeted measures. Through application-oriented scientific research, valid data and new insights for resource-efficient grassland management in SH will be generated, tested on farms, and later transferred to practice and agricultural consultancy.