Definition of break crop in English:

break crop

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noun

A secondary crop grown to interrupt the repeated sowing of cereals as part of crop rotation.
More example sentences
  • The crop is a useful break crop increasing the yield of the following winter wheat by about 1.5 t/ha.
  • First wheat after a break crop can be drilled from early September (or late August if you must) providing the break crop did not have a significant couch infestation or volunteer cereals which both host take-all.
  • The beet forms a good break crop on land that will not grow potatoes.

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