Stubble Crop

Stubble Crop

 

an agricultural crop that is sown during the summer and fall in the same field in which the main crop has already reached physiological maturity and been harvested. Stubble crops are harvested the same year. The sowing of stubble crops is one type of secondary sowing.

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No planting costs were assigned to third stubble crop.
Assumes first stubble crop is sold, and gross returns are received, at the end of November.
Assumes second stubble and third stubble crop is sold, and gross returns are received, at the end of October.
Harvest of the first crop is called the plant-cane crop, and successive crop harvests are called stubble crops.
No planting costs are allocated to third stubble crops.
When calculating net returns from harvest and sale of future crops, the planting costs associated with plantcane, first stubble, and second stubble crops are included in the return calculation for those respective years.
The Highlander ewes are outwintered on stubble crops, cutting housing costs and significantly reducing labour," he said.
The Highlander ewes are out-wintered on stubble crops, cutting housing costs and significantly reducing labour.