Some articles on crops, crop:

History Of Agriculture In The Indian Subcontinent - Vedic Period – Post Maha Janapadas Period (1500 BCE – 200 CE)
... to aid the winter monsoon rainfall required for winter crops ... India, both wheat and barley are held to be Rabi (winter) crops and—like other parts of the world—would have largely depended on winter monsoons before the irrigation became widespread ... The growth of the Kharif crops would have probably suffered as a result of excessive moisture ...
Medebay Zana - Agriculture
5.94% in pulses, 0.93% in oilseeds, 0.34% in vegetables, and 0.14% in root crops. 79.51% of the farmers both raise crops and livestock, while 19.03% only grow crops and 1.46% only raise livestock ...
Agriculture In Spain - Crops
... Spain's other significant orchard crops were apples, bananas, pears, peaches, apricots, plums, cherries, figs, and nuts ... mostly in the Balearic Islands, orchard crops were produced primarily in the Levante and in Catalonia ... the southern and the eastern coasts, emerged as another important Spanish cash crop ...
Aster Yellows - Importance
... Carrot crops infected with AYP causes symptoms that make the carrots unmarketable ... This can be a problem in crops that are grown for seed for replanting purposes, or for consumption, such as coriander or caraway ... Root stunting can also result in loss of biannual crops over winter ...
Banakal - Flora and Fauna
... Paddy or rice fields provide multiple crops in a year based on monsoon ... Coffee (both Robusta and Arabica) is the main plantation crop ... Other crops include black pepper, cardamom and produce of the forest ...

Famous quotes containing the word crops:

    That’s funny. That plane’s dustin’ crops where they ain’t no crops.
    Ernest Lehman (b.1920)

    Paper is cheap, and authors need not now erase one book before they write another. Instead of cultivating the earth for wheat and potatoes, they cultivate literature, and fill a place in the Republic of Letters. Or they would fain write for fame merely, as others actually raise crops of grain to be distilled into brandy.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    Listen, that’s the one that done it. The dusters. They started it anyways. Blowin’ like this year after year. Blowin’ the land away. Blowin’ the crops away. Blowin’ us away now.
    Nunnally Johnson (1897–1977)