grubbing


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grubbing

[′grəb·iŋ]
(civil engineering)
Clearing stumps and roots.
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But the ECA argues that aid rates for the grubbing up scheme - raised by 20% in the first year and 10% in the second year of the scheme - were disproportionately high as demand for the assistance exceeded the Commission's target even if rates had been maintained at their previous levels.
As for grubbing up, the report argued for EU member states to have tough powers to resist calls from Brussels for such production reduction.
As part of the work, the specifications required clearing, grubbing, and excavation to lines and grades in the drawings and soil retention matting.
Spain, which submitted the largest requests in terms of grubbing up (98,115 ha,a 9% of Iberian vineyards) will, in fact, receive the most substantial budget (236 million to eliminate 45,000 ha of vines).
Contract award: pruning, felling, grubbing, size and removal of river ice jams on the road network of the department of eure.
The proportion of vineyard in the European Union declared ineligible for the grubbing [uprooting] programme will be established at 102,877 hectares.
EUROPEAN Union (EU) wine makers have attacked European Commission proposals to reform the EU wine common market regime--targeting with hostility plans to increase grubbing up.