Entry from British & World English dictionary
A crop used in a green or unripe state as fodder.
- The view was pretty good, although much of the valley is either just endless brown or endless squares of green crops.
- Fluorescence can be used to detect perturbations caused by handling and transport of green crops and even to detect damage in fruits that have chlorophyll in their peels.
- Who has the money to buy 200 000 to 300 000 tons of green crop in April at 120 to 130 leva a ton, without leaving any evidence in the banking system that money has been borrowed?
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