What is / are:
abiotic factors acidifuge african night crawler agricultural crops agriculture agronomic crops agronomy air air layering ammonic fertilizers ammonium sulfate angiosperms artificial propagation artificial sweeteners asexual propagation bare-root biotic factors bonsai budding c3 photosynthesis c4 photosynthesis calcicole calcifuge cam photosynthesis carbohydrate carbon sequestration cash crops cash crop farming cereal crops climate climatic factors climate change mitigation codominance complete dominance composting earthworm corm crops cover crops crop crop rotation crop selection cross pollination dicots direct seeding dominance relations earthworm essential elements edible mushroom epiphytes eudicots fertilization fiber crops flower fruit fruit crops genetics genetic factors grafting grass grain legumes growth factors halophytes heliophytes horticultural crops horticulture hydrophytes incomplete dominance integrated farming intercropping invasive plant species law of independent assortment law of segregation leaf light light intensity light quality lithophytes marcotting marginal farmers mesophytes metallophytes molave monocots nastic movements natural propagation neutophiles no-dominance no-till farming orthodox seeds overdominance palms parasites photoperiodism photosyntax photosynthesis phreatophytes plant plant adaptation plant movements plant nutrition plant propagation planting fruits planting methods planting patterns pollination pot gardening pruning pulses recalcitrant seeds relative humidity resurrection plants root root crops seed sampagita propagation saprophytes sciophytes self pollination sexual propagation site selection soil staghorn fern staple crops starting a farm stem subsistence crops sugar crops sugar temperature terrestrial topgrafting topography transpiration transplanting tropic movements tropical fruits tuber crops types of pollination urban farming urea vegetative propagation vermiculture vermicomposting vertical farming vertical gardening water water factor wind weed xerophytes
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