- cover crop
- I.A crop grown to protect soil from erosion or nutrient leaching, rather than for production of food or fiber.II.A crop grown to cover and protect soil from erosion by wind and water, especially in winter.
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Cover crop — Un cover crop ou pulvériseur à trains de disques tandem est une machine agricole utilisée pour la préparation des cultures. Bâtie sur un chassis en X ou en V c est ou outil disposant de 2 ou 4 rangées de disques concaves alignées, il sert… … Wikipédia en Français
Cover crop — Cov er crop A catch crop planted, esp. in orchards. as a protection to the soil in winter, as well as for the benefit of the soil when plowed under in spring. [Webster 1913 Suppl.] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
cover crop — n. a quick growing crop, as vetch or clover, used for a short time to protect soil from erosion and then plowed under as fertilizer … English World dictionary
cover-crop — ● cover crop, cover crops nom masculin (anglais covercrop, culture intercalaire) Lourd pulvériseur à deux rangées de disques … Encyclopédie Universelle
Cover crop — Agriculture General … Wikipedia
cover crop — a crop, usually a legume, planted to keep nutrients from leaching, soil from eroding, and land from weeding over, as during the winter. [1905 10] * * * Fast growing crop, such as rye, buckwheat, cowpea, or vetch, planted to prevent soil erosion,… … Universalium
cover crop — cov′er crop n. agr. a crop, usu. a legume, planted to keep nutrients from leaching, soil from eroding, and land from weeding over, as during the winter • Etymology: 1905–10 … From formal English to slang
cover crop — noun crop planted to prevent soil erosion and provide green manure • Hypernyms: ↑crop … Useful english dictionary
cover crop — noun Date: 1899 a crop planted to prevent soil erosion and to provide humus … New Collegiate Dictionary
cover crop — noun a crop grown to protect and enrich the soil … English new terms dictionary