cultivate crops

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  • They have little piece of land where they cultivate crops in a traditional way.
  • The have little peace of land where they cultivate crops in a traditional way.
  • Grass can put up with more water and less warmth than most cultivated crops. Cited from Lessons on Soil, by E. J. Russell
  • They returned in the spring to their villages for another season of cultivating crops.
  • Is it any wonder, then, that, their natural food being taken from them, they turn to the cultivated crops? Cited from Checking the Waste, by Mary Huston Gregory
  • The land contains many large volcanic rocks making it poor for cultivating crops.
  • People began to cultivate crops and rear animals, and overall lead a more settled lifestyle.
  • The plant is considered a weed in some places, such as cultivated crop fields.
  • Several wild species in the family also act as hosts, especially early in the season when cultivated crops are unavailable.
  • The principal cultivated crop here is coffee, which provides most of the employment of the rural population.
  • They are less desirable in cultivated crops because they have a lower pollination rate.
  • In late September, gathering was stopped as attention moved toward harvesting cultivated crops.
  • For this reason it is always best to sow grass in fields from which cultivated crops have just been taken. Cited from Agriculture for Beginners, by Burkett, Stevens and Hill
  • Much of the original forest cover in its range has been removed in favour of cultivated crops like tobacco and bananas.
  • The town's inhabitants cultivate crops on farms along the banks of the river.
  • This water and monsoon rain is used to cultivate crops throughout the year.
  • They cultivated crops for food, and located their villages on or near fertile river floodplains.
  • The descendants of the immigrants still live much how their ancestors lived, cultivating crops.
  • The majority of the area immediately east of Crowell is dedicated to cultivated crops.
  • Men hunt and fish while women gather wild foods and cultivate crops.
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