bumper crop

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  • Info In agriculture, a bumper crop refers to a particularly productive harvest yielded for a particular crop.
  • All he sees is -- if we have rain we'll have bumper crops. Cited from The Desert of Wheat, by Zane Grey
  • The present rain that will not stop Next autumn means a bumper crop. Cited from When Day is Done, by Edgar A. Guest
  • It must function when we have drought; it must also function when we have bumper crops. Cited from The Fireside Chats of Franklin Delano Roosevelt
  • A bumper crop, such as never seen before, came up in the parched land.
  • "I suppose our bumper crop of land-prawns is what brought them into this section?" Cited from Little Fuzzy, by Henry Beam Piper
  • So why, with last year's bumper crop, is the opposite not occurring?
  • The business succeeded until a bumper crop in 1903 proved too much to store.
  • A crop of seeds is generally produced every year with a bumper crop often occurring every second year.
  • During the years between drought, good rains brought bumper crops to market.
  • As result the paddy plants became healthy and yielded bumper crops after two years.
  • They cheerfully go to their rice-fields to harvest the bumper crop - the fruit of many months of hard work.
  • During these 80 years I would sometimes have a bumper crop of honey and then again sometimes a total failure. Cited from Northern Nut Growers Assn, 24th Annual Meeting, Sep 11-12, 1933
  • If these areas are overrun by wildfire they often produce a bumper crop of black morels the following spring.
  • The farmer does not attempt to take all the fertility out of the land in the harvest of one bumper crop. Cited from The School Book of Forestry, by Charles Lathrop Pack
  • The following year, bumper crops, he netted four thousand. Cited from The Valley of the Moon, by Jack London
  • It never could be made to yield bumper crops. Cited from George Washington: Farmer, by Paul Leland Haworth
  • In some years, Weller would get permission to pile up bumper crops of seed on the city streets.
  • These included increased contact between humans and mice due to a 'bumper crop' in the deer mouse population.
  • A bumper crop, the biggest we ever raised. Cited from The Story Of The Soil, By Cyril G. Hopkins
  • As a result the paddy plants became healthy and yielded bumper crops in that year.
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