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Name for an agricultural area intended for rest. But this also means the corresponding period of time. A vineyard fallow is after the clear of a vineyard for at least one to three years necessary for the prosperity of new ones vines to ensure. Several years are required when the old vines due to by nematodes or virus caused illnesses or because of stunted growth had to be removed. After the Roden one takes place greening (Kurzeitbegrünung). Here, plants are set, which root well through the soil and enrich with organic matter. When sizing vineyards are usually also the fallow parts included. An old name for an unused cultivated area or a stocked, but unused vineyards is Driesche,

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