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to use a combine harvester
a tall plant with large yellow seeds on a cob (=thick piece of stem). The usual British word is maize.
a part of a field where the crops have been pushed flat in the shape of a circle. Some people think that these are caused by aliens.
fallow land has been dug or plowed, but does not have crops growing on it
a line that a farmer digs in the dirt with a plow where a crop will be planted
food crops such as wheat, rice, or corn
the process of cutting and drying grass to make hay
a large pile of hay in a field, that has been built up and covered in order to store it
to bring water to land through a system of pipes, ditches, etc. in order to make crops grow
a lean crop, harvest, etc. is very small
new-mown grass or hay has just been cut
a large neat pile of hay or straw (=dry stems of grass or wheat) that is covered and left in a field
a crop that is grown so that its roots can be used for food, for example carrots
a pile of hay (=dry grass) or straw (=dry stems from a crop)
the ends of plants that are left above ground after a farmer cuts a crop such as wheat or barley
American a small farm where vegetables are grown to be sold. The British word is market garden.
a farm that grows grapes and produces wine
a piece of land where vines are grown
the practice of looking at a product online before going to a conventional store to buy itBuzzWord Article
a person who has or claims to have a lot of influenceadd a word