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P3D v5 ORBX bumpy grass airstrips

Hello fellow fsdevelopers!

Most of ORBX South Germany grass airfields looks like this


What is a "cheapest" way to fix this? I have some skills in 3D modelling, but know nothing about terraforming in P3D.

PS Installed ORBX German South only.
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