crop

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الإنجليزية - التركية
ekin

Dolu ekinlere zarar verdi. - The hail harmed the crops.

O, çeşitli ekinler büyüttü. - He grew a variety of crops.

{i} ürün

Biz çeşitli ürünler yetiştirdik. - We grow a variety of crops.

Bu iyi hava devam ederse, iyi bir ürün alacağız. - We'll have a good crop if this good weather keeps up.

{i} mahsul

Bu topraklar iyi pirinç mahsulü verir. - This land yields a good crop of rice.

Ekilebilir arazi mahsul yetiştirilebilen arazi demektir. - Arable land is land that can be used to grow crops.

{f} dikmek
kısa saç
kesip kısaltmak
(Tarım) mahsül

Bu yıl bereketli mahsülümüz vardı. - We had a bumper crop this year.

Domates mahsülünün en iyilerini seçelim ve onları markete götürelim. - Let's choose the best of the tomato crop and take them to the market.

(Arılık) bal midesi
(Bilgisayar) kırp
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) katı
(Jeoloji) yüzlek
(hayvan) otlamak
kansa
(Arılık) bal ürünü
kırbaç
(Jeoloji) mostra
küme
yığın
türküm
kısa kesilmiş saç
{i} tahıl
yemek
ekmek
(saç/kuyruk) kesmek
topluluk
ürün vermek
kursak
{f} kemir
kırpmak
kırp(mak)
{f} biçmek
crop ürün ver/ek/kes/ye
{i} ekip biçme
{i} verim
{i} ürün, mahsul, ekin, rekolte
{i} hasat

Olağandışı düşük ısılar bu yıl düşük kaliteli pirinç hasatından sorumlu tutulmaktadır. - Unusually low temperatures account for the poor rice crop this year.

Hükümet çiftçilerin hasatlarının zararını telafi etti. - The government compensated the farmers for the damage to the crops.

{i} işleme
crop rotationher yıl değişik ekin ekerek toprağın bereketini koruma
cream of the crop bir şeyin en âlası
kursak/grup/mahsûl/ekin
{f} kırkmak, kırpmak, kesmek, kesip kısaltmak
grup
(Tekstil) tabakalanmış hayvan derisi
havsala
{f} otlamak
{f} kesmek
{i} kalabalık
{i} binici kırbacı
{i} (Zooloji) kursak
semere
(Gıda) bitkisel ürün
crop bottom
(Bilgisayar) alttan kırp
crop circle
(Tarım) hasat çemberi
crop circle
(Tarım) ekin çemberi
crop from
(Bilgisayar) kırp
crop from
(Bilgisayar) kırpma
crop irrigation requirement
bitki sulama suyu ihtiyacı
crop left
(Bilgisayar) soldan kırp
crop marks
(Bilgisayar) kırpma işaretleri
crop moisture ratio
(Çevre) ürün nem oranı
crop object
(Bilgisayar) nesneyi kırp
crop out
(Coğrafya) yüzlek
crop picture
(Bilgisayar) resmi kırp
crop picture
(Bilgisayar) resim kırp
crop processing
(Tarım) ürün işleme
crop protection equipment
bitki koruma ekipmanı
crop requirements
mahsul su ihtiyacı
crop residues
ürün artığı
crop right
(Bilgisayar) sağdan kırp
crop size
(Bilgisayar) kırpma boyutu
crop tool
(Bilgisayar) kırpma aracı
crop top
(Bilgisayar) üstten kırp
crop up
sökün etmek
crop variety
mahsul çeşidi
crop failure
bereketsiz ürün
crop insurance
ürün sigortası
crop mark
kırpma imi
crop plant
kültür bitkisi
crop rotation
ürün rotasyonu
crop up
birden meydana çıkmak
crop up
beklenmedik bir anda ol
crop year
ürün yılı
crop circles
ekin daireler
crop failure
ürün alamama
crop farming
bitki yetiştiriciliği
crop field
ekin alanı
crop hair
kırpılmış saç
crop of
Mahsulün
crop residue
Anız
crop top
(Giyim) Göbeği açık şekilde kısa ve dar bayan üst giysisi
crop wire
Seralarda kullanılan aşkı teli
crop eared
{s} kulağı kesilmiş
crop eared
{s} kısa kesimli (saç)
crop failure
(Çevre) mahsul kıtlığı
crop marks
kırpma imleri
crop out
ortaya çıkmak
crop out
çıkmak
crop rotation
(Tarım) ürün nöbeti
crop rotation
(Tarım) nöbetleşe ekim
crop rotation
(Tarım) her yıl değişik ekin ekme
crop up
ortaya çıkmak
crop up
baş göstermek
crop up
birdenbire görünmek
crop up
(Fiili Deyim ) beklenmedik bir anda çıkmak yada olmak
crop up
birdenbire oluşmak/ortaya çıkmak
crop up
(deyim) beklenmedik bir anda meydana cikmak ya da olmak
cream of the crop
kaymak tabaka
cream of the crop
en iyisi
cream of the crop
bir şeyin en âlâsı
cover crop
koruyucu bitki
cover crop
toprak koruma bitkisi
cover crop
örtü bitkisi
cropping
kırparak
current crop
(Tarım) mevcut mahsul
neck and crop
tamamiyle
reed crop
sazcılık
row crop
çapa ürünü
cash crop
peşin satılan mahsul
cropping
{f} kırp
double crop
çift ürün
forced crop
turfanda mahsül
garden crop
bahçe ürünü
industrial crop
sanayi bitkisi
main crop
ana ürün
row crop
sıra mahsulü
agricultural crop
tarımsal ürün
agricultural crop wastes and residues
tarımsal ürün atıkları ve kalıntıları
cotton crop
pamuk ürünü
cropped
(Bilgisayar) kırpılmış
cropping
{f} kirp
cropping
{i} kırpma
crops
nebat
early crop
(Tarım) Yılda iki kez(ilk ve son bahar) hasat edilen ürünlerde ilk ürün hasadı
feed crop
yem bitkisi
field crop
Tarla
late crop
(Tarım) Yılda iki kez(ilk ve son bahar) hasat edilen ürünlerde son ürün hasadı
millet crop
darı ekin
riding crop
ürün sürme
row crop
sıra mahsulü, çapa ürünü
the cream of the crop
(deyim) Kaymak tabaka; en iyiler. "May Queen candidates were lovely, but Betsy and Nancy were the cream of the crop.", "The students had drawn many good pictures and the teacher chose the cream of the crop to hang up when the parents came to visit."
the cream of the crop
mahsulün krem
bumper crop
bereketli mahsul
cash crop
ihracata yönelik ürün
eton crop
{i} kısa saç kesimi (kadın)
eton crop
(isim) kısa saç kesimi (kadın)
first crop
ilk mahsul
forced crop
(Tarım) turfanda mahsul
forced crop
turfanda ürün
freeze a crop
ayaz vurmak
gather crop
mahsul kaldırmak
green crop
taze ot
harvest crop
mahsul kaldırmak
log crop
(Askeri) ağaç sandık engeli
neck and crop
tamamen
neck and crop
olduğu gibi
neck and crop
palas pandıras
outcrop/crop/exposure
mostra (yüzeylenme/yüzlek bir kayaç oluşumunun bir bölümünün yeryuvarı yüzeyinde görünmesi)
second crop
ikinci mahsul
stubble crop
(Tarım) anız ürünü
winter crop
kış ürünü
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
A plant, especially a cereal, grown for food
The head of a flower, especially when picked; an ear of corn; the top branches of a tree
A rocky outcrop
The natural production for a specific year, particularly of plants
An entire short whip, especially as used in horse-riding; a riding crop
The lashing end of a whip
To remove the top end of something, especially a plant
To cut (especially hair or an animal's tail or ears) short
A pouch-like part of the alimentary tract of some birds (and some other animals), used to store food before digestion, or for regurgitation; a craw
The act of [[#Verb|cropping]]
To remove the outer parts of a photography or image in order to frame the subject better
A short haircut
The foliate part of a finial
A group, cluster or collection of things occurring at the same time

a crop of ideas.

{n} a produce, thing cut off, bird's stomach
{v} to lop, cut off, or short, reap, sow, yield
Specifically, a finial
To eliminate the outer portions of a photograph, illustration, or plate, indicated on the original with "crop marks"
The top, end, or highest part of anything, especially of a plant or tree
To eliminate portions of copy or a photograph On a keyline "cropmarks" indicate the amount of trimming needed
To cut off, as if in harvest
If you crop a photograph, you cut part of it off, in order to get rid of part of the picture or to be able to frame it. I decided to crop the picture just above the water line Her husband was cropped from the photograph
the yield from plants in a single growing season cut short; "She wanted her hair cropped short"
A riding whip with a loop instead of a lash
To trim the edges of an image, often to improve the composition Cropping can be done by moving the camera position while viewing a scene, by adjusting the enlarger or easel during printing, or by trimming the finished print
(v ) In computer graphics, to cut off unnecessary or undesired parts of an image
To yield harvest
To eliminate outer portions of a photograph, illustration, or plate Cropping is indicated on the original with crop marks
Crops are plants such as wheat and potatoes that are grown in large quantities for food. Rice farmers here still plant and harvest their crops by hand The main crop is wheat and this is grown even on the very steep slopes. see also cash crop
cut short; "She wanted her hair cropped short"
To reduce the size of an image by eliminating all portions outside of a resizable box that is dragged over the image The FrontPage Editor's image toolbar contains a Crop command
To reduce the size of an image by eliminating all portions outside of a resizable box that is dragged over the image The FrontPage Editor’s image toolbar contains a Crop command
prepare for crops; "Work the soil"; "cultivate the land"
A group, cluster or collection of things occuring at the same time
Eliminate unwanted portions of a picture when it is output Cropping is done according to a set of margins
Cropping is selecting a part of the photo you want to keep and discarding the rest
the cream of the crop: see cream. In agriculture, a plant or plant product that can be grown and harvested extensively for profit or subsistence. By use, crops fall into six categories: food crops, for human consumption (e.g., wheat, potatoes); feed crops, for livestock consumption (e.g., oats, alfalfa); fibre crops, for cordage and textiles (e.g., cotton, hemp); oil crops, for consumption or industrial uses (e.g., cottonseed, corn); ornamental crops, for landscape gardening (e.g., dogwood, azalea); and industrial and secondary crops, for various personal and industrial uses (e.g., rubber, tobacco). cover crop crop duster crop rotation
To eliminate or cut off specific portions of a photograph or illustration
the yield from plants in a single growing season
When a plant crops, it produces fruits or parts which people want. Although these vegetables adapt well to our temperate climate, they tend to crop poorly
the stock or handle of a whip the output of something in a season; "the latest crop of fashions is about to hit the stores"
Anything cut off or gathered
let feed in a field or pasture or meadow
To trim the edges of an image, often in order to improve the composition Cropping can be done by moving the camera position while viewing a scene, by adjusting the enlarger or easel during printing or by trimming the finished print with a paper cutter
the output of something in a season; "the latest crop of fashions is about to hit the stores"
That which is cropped, cut, or gathered from a single felld, or of a single kind of grain or fruit, or in a single season; especially, the product of what is planted in the earth; fruit; harvest
a collection of people or things appearing together; "the annual crop of students brings a new crop of ideas"
To cut off the tops or tips of; to bite or pull off; to browse; to pluck; to mow; to reap
cultivate, tend, and cut back the growth of; "dress the plants in the garden"
To trim the edges of an image, often to improve the composition Cropping can be done by moving the camera position while viewing a scene, or by trimming the finished print
Fig
The act of cropping
To eliminate a portion of a picture, illustration or photograph that contains unnecessary material or to highlight a certain area of the image
A projecting ornament in carved stone
To trim the edges of a picture to make it fit or to remove unwanted portions
Outcrop of a vein or seam at the surface
A crop is a short hairstyle. She had her long hair cut into a boyish crop
To reduce the size of an image by eliminating all portions outside of a resizable box that is dragged over the image The FrontPage Editors image toolbar contains a Crop command
The removal of certain portions of an illustration, a photograph, or other similar type of graphic element This may be done to better fit the image into the final design, or to remove any unwanted or unneeded graphic element
You can refer to a group of people or things that have appeared together as a crop of people or things. The present crop of books and documentaries about Marilyn Monroe exploit the thirtieth anniversary of her death = batch
{i} harvest, produce (Agriculture); group; sac-like enlargement in the gullet of a bird which serves as a receptacle for partially digested food which is either digested or fed to nestlings; whip; short haircut
The action of trimming away the unwanted parts of an image
To cut (especially hair or an animals tail or ears) short
Grain or other product of the field while standing
the stock or handle of a whip the output of something in a season; "the latest crop of fashions is about to hit the stores" a collection of people or things appearing together; "the annual crop of students brings a new crop of ideas" the yield from plants in a single growing season cut short; "She wanted her hair cropped short" feed as in a meadow or pasture; "the herd was grazing" let feed in a field or pasture or meadow yield crops; "This land crops well
The plants or fruits that are collected at harvest time are referred to as a crop. Each year it produces a fine crop of fruit The US government says that this year's corn crop should be about 8 percent more than last year = harvest
To cut the edges of an illustration to fit in a given space or to show a particular detail
Tin ore prepared for smelting
The pouchlike enlargement of the gullet of birds, serving as a receptacle for food; the craw
to reduce an illustration for reproduction by cutting out extraneous parts of the image
crop circle
An area in a field of crops where the stalks have been flattened into a circle or other geometric shape
crop circles
plural form of crop circle
crop rotation
A farming practice in which the same land is used to grow different crops in successive seasons or years (when once the land would have been left fallow); used to prevent erosion and increase fertility
crop top
A short T-shirt or blouse that is cut off above the abdomen
crop tops
plural form of crop top
crop up
To occur, especially suddenly or unexpectedly

We'll finish tonight if no problems crop up.

crop-dusting
The application of fertilizers, pesticides, and fungicides onto crops from an aircraft
crop circle
a pattern that appeared in British farm fields, which some people believe were made by creatures from another world
crop duster
airplane which sprays crops with pesticides
crop duster
Usually, an aircraft used for dusting or spraying large acreages with pesticides, though other types of dusters are also employed. Aerial spraying and dusting permit prompt coverage of large areas at the moment when application of pesticide is most effective and avoid the need for wheeled vehicles that might damage crops. The technique was greatly improved in the 1960s with the development of ultra-low-volume applicators, in which concentrated pesticides are distributed in extremely small amounts. See also spraying and dusting
crop eared
{s} with the ears cropped; having extremely short hair that the ears show
crop failure
the failure of crops to produce a marketable surplus
crop of apples
harvest of apples, amount of apples produced on a farm in one season
crop one's feathers
humiliate
crop out
appear at the surface; "A seam of coal bassets"
crop rotation
The successive planting of different crops on the same land to improve soil fertility and help control insects and diseases. the practice of changing the crops that you grow in a field each year to preserve the good qualities in the soil. Successive cultivation of different crops in a specified order on the same fields. Some rotations are designed for high immediate returns, with little regard for basic resources. Others are planned for high continuing returns while protecting resources. A typical scheme selects rotation crops from three classifications: cultivated row crops (e.g., corn, potatoes), close-growing grains (e.g., oats, wheat), and sod-forming, or rest, crops (e.g., clover, clover-timothy). In general, cropping systems should include deep-rooting legumes. In addition to the many beneficial effects on soils and crops, well-planned crop rotations make the farm a more effective year-round enterprise by providing more efficient handling of labour, power, and equipment, reduction in weather and market risks, and improved ability to meet livestock requirements
crop rotation
Crop rotation is nothing new to farmers (or gardeners); the technique has been around for ages Simply, it is the process of alternating, every year, which crops will grow in a certain area To benefit form rotation, the plants chosen to immediately succeed each other should not make the same demands on the soil (nutrient wise), they should not be susceptible to the same diseases or pests, and they should be of different families, which will also help avoid continuing pest and disease problems Usually, as part of the rotation, legumes are grown to provide available nitrogen for the crops that follow
crop rotation
The successive planting of an area with different crops from year to year to maintain soil fertility Legume type crops are usually planted sometime during the rotation to rebuild stores of nitrogen
crop rotation
system of regularly changing the crops grown on a piece of land The crops are grown in a particular order to utilize and add to the nutrients in the soil and to prevent the build-up of insect and fungal pests crude birth rate the number of births per 1,000 of the population; see birth rate
crop rotation
the practice of alternating the species or families of annual, biennial, and/or perennial crops grown on a specific field in a planned pattern or sequence so as to break weed, pest, and disease cycles and to improve soil fertility and organic matter content
crop rotation
The growing of different crops in recurring succession on the same land
crop rotation
The growing of different crops in recurring succession on the same land (USEPA, 1993)
crop rotation
is the pattern of alternating the crops grown in a specific field from year to year in order to control pests and to maintain soil fertility
crop rotation
A planned sequence of crops growing in a regularly recurring succession on the same area of land, as contrasted to continuous culture of one crop or growing a variable sequence of crops
crop rotation
A system for maximising soil fertility by alternating the CROPS grown in particular fields over the course of more than one season
crop rotation
Growing of crops in a regularly scheduled sequence on the same land area, as contrasted to continuous culture of one crop or the growing of different crops in haphazard order
crop rotation
a way of conserving soil fertility by successively planting on the same ground different crops with varying food requirements
crop rotation
continuous planting of different crops on the same piece of land to enhance the fertility of the soil and control pests and diseases
crop rotation
successive planting of different crops in the same field over a period of years
crop top
A crop top is a very short, usually tight, top worn by a girl or a woman. a type of women's shirt that does not cover the stomach
crop up
appear suddenly or unexpectedly; "The farm popped into view as we turned the corner"; "He suddenly popped up out of nowhere
crop up
If something crops up, it appears or happens, usually unexpectedly. His name has cropped up at every selection meeting this season = come up
crop up
emerge, appear
crop-dusting
crop-spraying
crop-dusting
the dispersion of fungicides or insecticides or fertilizer on growing crops (often from a low-flying aircraft)
crop-spraying
the practice of dropping chemicals from a plane onto crops in order to kill insects American Equivalent: crop-dusting
cream of the crop
The best or most desirable among some selection

They hoped to hire only the cream of the crop for the new project team.

cream of the crop
{i} finest, the choicest, best there is
cash crop
Any crop that is grown for sale rather than for personal food or for feeding to livestock
cover crop
Any of several crops planted between others in order to prevent erosion and to improve soil quality (especially by adding nitrogen)
cover-crop
Attributive form of cover crop

cover-crop planting.

cropped
Simple past tense and past participle of crop
fallow crop
The crop taken from a green fallow field
food crop
A crop raised for human consumption, such as wheat or rice

The potato is already the world's third most-important food crop after wheat and rice. Corn, which is widely planted, is mainly used for animal feed.

hunting-crop
a hunting whip without a thong, that can be used for opening gates

Bonamy took up a bill for a hunting-crop.

neck and crop
completely and with violence

She turned him neck and crop out of the house.

riding crop
A horsewhip, short whip used to goad a mount
Crop circle
agriglyph
bumper crop
{i} large crop growth, large harvest; excess of something
cash crop
A cash crop is a crop that is grown in order to be sold. Cranberries have become a major cash crop. A crop, such as tobacco, grown for direct sale rather than for livestock feed. a crop grown in order to be sold rather than to be used by the people growing it subsistence crop subsistence
cash crop
a readily salable crop that is grown and gathered for the market (as vegetables or cotton or tobacco)
catch crop
a quick-growing crop e
catch crop
Any crop grown between the rows of another crop or intermediate between two crops in ordinary rotation in point of time
catch crop
lettuce planted between two regular crops grown in successive seasons or between two rows of crops in the same season
catch crop
Crop utilizing land between two longer term crops
catch crop
A crop that gets heavily attacked by parasitic weeds (any host crop) The infested crop has to be destroyed before the parasites set seed
catch crop
(i) A crop produced incidental to the main crop of the farm and usually occupying the land for a short period (ii) A crop grown to replace a main crop that has failed
catch crop
a quick-growing crop (e g lettuce) planted between two regular crops grown in successive seasons or between two rows of crops in the same season
cover crop
crop planted to prevent soil erosion and provide green manure
cover crop
A catch crop planted, esp
cover crop
A crop, such as winter rye or clover, planted between periods of regular crop production to prevent soil erosion and provide humus or nitrogen. Fast-growing crop, such as rye, buckwheat, cowpea, or vetch, planted to prevent soil erosion, increase nutrients in the soil, and provide organic matter. Cover crops are grown either in the season during which cash crops are not grown or between the rows of some crops (e.g., fruit trees). See also green manure
cover crop
as a protection to the soil in winter, as well as for the benefit of the soil when plowed under in spring
cover crop
in orchards
cropped
past of crop
cropped
{s} clipped, trimmed or cut off as by clipping; used for growing crops (said of land or soil)
cropped
Cropped items of clothing are shorter than normal. Women athletes wear cropped tops and tight shorts. see also crop
cropped
cut off as by clipping or biting off; "trees with cropped tops"; "cropped hedges"; "her short cropped hair"; "the cropped grass where sheep had browsed
cropped
(of land or soil) used for growing crops; "cropped soil"
cropping
To trim off edges of an image, removing unwanted areas to improve composition
cropping
Printing only part of the image that is in the negative or slide, usually for a more pleasing composition May also refer to the framing of the scene in the viewfinder
cropping
Precise sizing of a photographic or digital image, selecting a portion of the total image area
cropping
present participle of crop
cropping
The process of cutting away the outer edges of an image
cropping
To reduce in size; to remove unwanted elements
cropping
A method of discarding extraneous material from a digital image e g borders created during the scanning process
cropping
The act of discarding unwanted detail around the edge of a picture Cropping in this way permanently discards the detail from the file and reduces file size
cropping
Removing parts of a graphic image to reduce the file size or remove unwanted parts D
cropping
Removing unwanted areas of an image, usually for a more pleasing composition May also refer to the framing of the scene in the viewfinder (Back To Top) D
cropping
Photographs usually include extraneous detail at their top, bottom, or sides Cropping removes the unwanted information, allowing the most important message-bearing elements of the photograph to emerge with added clarity Go to top of page
cropping
Trimming or masking of unwanted portions of an illustration
cropping
Reducing the size of the image when printing or taking a photograph to result in a more pleasing composition
cropping
Cropping is the elimination of unwanted parts from the edges of a photograph or other artwork Cropping a picture can greatly enhance its effectiveness and reduce its file size
cropping
Cropping is the process of removing part of an image so that only a small piece of the image is left It is like trimming a photograph to fit into a frame
cropping
Cropping is the process of eliminating irrelevent or excessive background content of photographs Cropping enhances the focus of photographs and allows the designer to change the shape of the original photo
cropping
Removing unwanted areas of an image by trimming a print or masking a slide
cropping
cut parts of an image not required
cropping
Removing the unwanted part of an image
cropping
is the cutting away of parts of a photo which are not necessary This can be done to reduce the size of the photo, eliminate an unwanted background or inclusion, feature something in a more decorative way
cropping
Trimming a photo or other image to eliminate irrelevancies or control the area of major emphasis
cropping
the act of squaring off and then chopping off extraneous images around the main image that you want to highlight You can crop both in your fractal generator and your art program Many artists consider cropping an art unto itself
cropping
Used to remove unnecessary parts of an image in order to avoid working with an image larger than needed
cropping
{i} cutting; trimming of the edges of a picture in graphics programs (Computers)
cropping
To reduce in size - by removing unwanted elements
cropping
Shaping or editing a photograph Cropping and sizing sometimes overlap
cropping
Cutting off unwanted portions of the image around the subject of the photo or enlarging only a specific portion of an image To "ZOOM-IN" so to speak, so that the unwanted surrounding portion of the image is not in the finished photograph
crops
- Crops are plants grown for human or animal consumption and use Crops used directly for human consumption are those eaten by humans with only superficial washing in water Crops may be processed for human consumption by many means, most of which reduce the likelihood of contact with or ingestion of pathogens Food chain crops are those crops ultimately used for food by humans and other animals
crops
Crops are plants grown for human or animal consumption and use Crops used directly for human consumption are those eaten by humans with only superficial washing in water Crops may be processed for human consumption by many means, most of which reduce the likelihood of contact with or ingestion of pathogens Food chain crops are those crops ultimately used for food by humans and other animals
crops
plural of crop
crops
third-person singular of crop
crops
Crops are plants that can be grown and harvested or picked to eat or to sell Crops are grains (wheat, corn, milo, soybeans, sunflowers, oats), cotton, fruits (apples, oranges, peaches, pears), nuts, vegetables (potatoes, tomatoes), and Christmas trees, and many more
eton crop
{i} crew cut for girls, very short women haircut
neck and crop
completely and with force
record crop
harvest that is bigger than any before
riding crop
a short whip with a thong at the end and a handle for opening gates
root crop
crop grown for its enlarged roots: e
root crop
beets; potatoes; turnips
root crop
A crop, as of turnips or yams, grown for its edible roots. a vegetable or plant that is grown so that its roots can be sold
root crop
crop grown for its enlarged roots: e g beets; potatoes; turnips
second crop
{i} second growth or crop of grass in the same season after the first harvest or trimming
standing crop
The total amount of biological material present at any given time, (see productivity, biomass)
standing crop
The total amount of living organisms, as of plankton, in a specific area at a given time
standing crop
The biomass of living organisms within a unit area
standing crop
The total biomass of plants in an ecosystem at a specific point in time
crop
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