Good to see you will fix this Rogerio. A note to keep in mind. There is a discinction between 'dead' and 'senesced' that you may not be awae of. This came about to handle partial death of a population due to stresses, thus when a portion of the population died, its 'states' were transferred to a 'dead' population which still had a canopy to shade soil and compete for light interception with the 'live' portion of the population. Thus the 'ini' file has 'dead' related parameters. e.g.
<root_dead_detach_frac description="fraction detached from each part of a dead plant per day.">0</root_dead_detach_frac>
Thus, while 'senesced' material is attached to the live plants and then becomes detached as it drops to the surface organic matter, 'dead' is a whole plant that is entirely killed - I don' recall if the roots are immediately transferred to the FOM soil pool on death - probably should be. 'KillCrop' or 'kill_crop' is a manager action that kills part or the entire live population, which becomes a standing dead population until end_crop transfers all components to both 'dead' and 'live' populations to other system pools.
This all relates to crops and I don't know how this applies to pastures.
Hope this helps to clarify the issues involved here.