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dou·ble-crop
[duhb-uhl-krop]
VERB (USED WITHOUT OBJECT) [DOU·BLE-CROPPED, DOU·BLE-CROP·PING.]
1.
to raise two consecutive crops on the same land within a single growing season.
Source: Dictionary.com

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Multiple_cropping

In agriculture, multiple cropping is the practice of growing two or more crops in the same piece of land in different growing seasons. It is a form of polyculture. It can take the form of double-cropping, in which a second crop is planted ...

www.dictionary.com/browse/double-crop

Double-crop definition, to raise two consecutive crops on the same land within a single growing season. See more.

www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/double-crop

Define double-crop: to grow two or more crops on the same land in the same season or at the same time — double-crop in a sentence.

www.webref.org/agriculture/d/double_cropping.htm

double cropping: The practice of consecutively producing two crops of either like or unlike commodities on the same land within the same year. An example of ...

extension.psu.edu/double-cropping-soybeans-or-planting-soybeans-late

Aug 8, 2017 ... Narrow rows are much more important and more players on the field are needed as the planting date gets later. Whereas 150-160000 ...

agamerica.com/farming-smart-double-cropping-ga-fl-sc-nc

Double cropping is a method many growers are turning to in an effort to get the most out of their land. A form of intensification, double cropping is defined as ...

www.fao.org/docrep/006/Y4756E/y4756e09.htm

The AREP double cropping programme aims to make optimum use of land that remains without a crop in autumn and early spring, after the main crops, rice and  ...

www.yourdictionary.com/double-cropping

Noun. (uncountable). (agriculture) The practice of sequentially raising and harvesting a second (third, or even fourth, and sometimes more) crops (usually ...

www.ers.usda.gov/webdocs/publications/43862/46871_eib125.pdf?v=41787

May 2014. United States Department of Agriculture. Multi-Cropping Practices: Recent Trends in Double Cropping. Allison Borchers. Elizabeth Truex-Powell.