Definition of root run in English:

root run

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The space over which the roots of a plant extend.
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  • These are small trees when mature, able to cope with a restricted root run and the pollution from passing traffic.
  • Don't forget to add a mulch of pea straw to hold moisture and keep a cool root run.
  • Most come from shaded woodland or, if they grow in the open, enjoy cool root runs among rocks on hillsides or in moisture rich soils by lake or riverside.

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