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Does a plant have to be alive for its roots to prevent erosion?
One argument often given in favour of saving current and planting additional plants/saplings is the roots hold soil together and prevent soil erosion. Unlike plants that may be uprooted, a large ...
Jul 29 '12 at 10:18
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