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1883 Maximum Slopes - Surface Water Control and Landscaping - Lot Grading
 
1883 Maximum Slopes - Surface Water Control and Landscaping - Lot Grading -

Image Text: Watch for cracks in side walls due to soil movement > bent tree trunks can indicate soil slippage > 1 > 2 > the maximum slope for a lot should be 1 in 2 > vegetation helps reduce erosion from rain runoff and improves the stability of the top soil layer > water at the bottom of the slope can erode the soil, leading to increased slope instability > water

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