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Removal and furrow (lat. Erodere = gnaw) of the earth's surface by flowing water, wind or glaciers. Vineyards are common in slopes created, therefore the earth's surface is constantly carried to the valley by rain and wind. To stop erosion, a targeted one is often used greening made by the plants on the surface of the earth. In certain wine-growing regions, for example Burgundy. Moselle and on Rhine the earth is carried back to the slope in baskets. On steep slopes, through terraces with erosion walls to prevent erosion. See also under soil type. fertilization and Weingarten Care,

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