To grow one crop between the rows of another, as in an orchard, vineyard, or field.
is the practice of cultivating an additional crop in the spaces available between the main crop.
Planting more than one crop in an area at the same time.
Planting more than one crop in a field using a regular pattern that interleaves each crop in some pattern. A form of polyculture.
The planting of two different crops together in the same field.
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1. The cultivation of two or more crops simultaneously on the same field, with or without a row arrangement (row intercropping or 'mixed intercropping'). 2. The growing of two or more crops on the same field with the planting of the second crop after the first one has already completed development. Also called relay cropping. Related terms: mixed cropping, multiple cropping
The interrow cultivation of two crops simultaneously in the same field.
Cultivation of annual crops between the rows of coconut trees.
When two crops are interplanted for special purposes. This is often done to inhibit weed growth, minimize soil erosion, attract beneficial insects or deter non-beneficial insects.
Growing a variety of crops together
The growing of more than one species on the same piece of land at the same time
more than one crop on a given area at one time arranged in a geometric pattern. A typical pattern in India might be two rows of sorghum alternating with one row of pigeon pea.
growing two or more different crops at the same time at a plot. For example, a carbohydrate-rich grain that deplets soil nitrogen and a protein-rich legume that adds nitrogen to the soil may be intercropped. Compare with monoculture, polyculture, polyvarietal cultivation.
Intercropping is the agricultural practice of cultivating two or more crops in the same space at the same time (Andrews & Kassam 1976). A practice often associated with sustainable agriculture and organic farming, intercropping is one form of polyculture. It is commonly used in tropical parts of the world and by various indigenous peoples (Altieri 1991), but in the mechanized agriculture of Europe, North America, and parts of Asia it is far less widespread.