Q.Does removing vine roots cause soil erosion during rain season?
I have a backyard lawn that has been plagued with vine roots on the ground and I’m planning to remove them all because I hate to see the leaves growing like crazy. However, somebody said that doing so will cause soil erosion and will lose the soil. Is this true?
Roots would aide in slowing water flow and water is taken up by the roots; if they are removed, water can flow more easily.
If you have a soil erosion issue, plant material is a great way to help.
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