Two crops grown in sequence on the same land in a production cycle.
The practice of consecutively producing two crops of either like or unlike commodities on the same land within the same year. An example of double cropping might be to harvest a wheat crop by early summer and then plant corn or soybeans on that acreage for harvest in the fall. This practice is only possible in regions with long growing seasons.
production of two different crops in a given area in the same year.
a form of sequential cropping in which two crops are grown in sequence within a year on a piece of land by seeding or transplanting one after the harvest of the other.
Raising two different crops on the same area in one growing season.