Definition of Intercropping
1. intercrop [v] - See also: intercrop
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Intercropping
Literary usage of Intercropping
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Indigenous Knowledge and Its Uses in SA by Hans Normann, Ina Snyman (1996)
"The traditional farmer practises intercropping because it gives higher yields and ... Other advantages of intercropping that have been identified (Wrigley, ..."
2. Cover Crops in West Africa: Contributing to Sustainable Agriculture by Daniel Buckles (1998)
"... Selecting green-manure legumes for relay and intercropping systems with maize on sandy soils in ..."
3. The Profitable Culture of Vegetables for Market Gardeners, Small Holders by Thomas Smith (1913)
"... System—How to Secure Them at Small Expense — Suggestions for Practical Work with Schemes and Diagrams of intercropping—Prince Kropotkin on Mutual Help. ..."
4. Sustainable Agriculture in Print: Current Books edited by Barry Leonard (1997)
"... management practices and systems to reduce groundwater contamination, such as the use of trees as buffers in riparian areas, strip intercropping, ..."
5. Alternative Coca Reduction Strategies in the Andean Region (1994)
"This type of cropping may be further defined as intercropping or sequential cropping. intercropping: Growing of two or more crops simultaneously in the same ..."