double crop

double-crop

[duhb-uhl-krop]
verb (used without object), double-cropped, double-cropping.
1.
to raise two consecutive crops on the same land within a single growing season.
verb (used with object), double-cropped, double-cropping.
2.
to raise two crops per year on (an area of land).
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