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Number of years out of every 5 that some vineyards in Ontario, Canada, experience “winter kill”—temperatures so cold (like minus 13 degrees F) that the vine’s trunk dies. To try to avoid winter kill, Ontario vintners often grow more than one trunk on a vine (so-called “spare parts”) and sometimes cover vines with snow which keeps them warm (!).

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