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These articles deal with terms, technologies, practices, or subject matters which are basic in or somewhat related to crop farming or crop agriculture including related sciences. These generally start with a question or otherwise first define, introduce the meaning, or describe the subject matter being reviewed. Further elaboration is then made, usually with examples. Where appropriate, comparative information are provided on other related terms or on the same term in other application for emphasis.

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