second crop

second crop

[′sek·ənd ′kräp]
(agriculture)
A crop succeeding one already harvested during a growing season; either a regrowth of the harvested crop, or a newly planted crop.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Late, almost at the end of it, a second crop of the stringy-rooted carrots sprang up.
QCAN I get a second crop of leaves from my spring greens?
THE teachers and students of the Bhavan's Public School eco-club, Al Wakra, with help from the school gardener Mustafa carried out the second crop harvest of the academic year 2018-19 in the school premises recently.
there is sufficient water for only 57% of the designed service area to grow a second crop of rice.
It is noteworthy that amendments to the SRC Act are coming ahead of the recruitment of the second crop of commissioners to succeed the Sarah Serem team, whose terms expired in December.
In the 2011/12 harvest, about 40% of producers of Campinas held an second crop, obtained from pruning in February, following the main crop, by a pruning event carried out in August.
In the second crop, the result also identified there was no significant difference (p>0.05) all treatments.
Multiple cropping was a form of poly culture, he said and added it can be double cropping in which second crop was cultivated after harvesting the first one.
He said that okra was sown twice a year and its first sowing could be till March while the second crop was sown during June and July.
The safrinha system involves planting corn as a second crop soon after the soybean harvest in the months of January to March.
Cherry is the second crop after strawberries, which hits the market post winters.