Advantages and Disadvantages of Monoculture?


Some to the advantages of Monoculture includes, reliable meat markets, aid natural forest stock, better harvest and it improves the growth of animals. Some, of the disadvantages are, more pests and diseases, interdependence on natural sources and less for poor household.
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The Advantages and Disadvantages of a Monoculture
A monoculture is the raising of only one crop or product without using the land for other purposes, such as generally occurs in fields under modern agriculture techniques (see Reference 2). In a corn field, for example, corn is the single plant that is... More »
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