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Term in viticulture for the tolerance (actually kinship, attraction) of noble rice (above ground sprout) and document (Rhizome) at one finishing of vines, The closer the “relationship” of the two parts, the more likely a good affinity is. The causes of lower or higher affinity are also different morphology, the wooden body structure and lower or higher market shares of the two partners. A good affinity causes the two parts to grow together well and thus satisfactorily earnings, See also under adaptation and Weingarten Care,

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