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What is ‘Crop Rotation’? - Geography

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What is ‘crop rotation’?

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Growing of different crops on the same field after the harvest of the previous crop is known as crop rotation. It is generally done to preserve minerals in the soil, e.g., leguminous plants like peas and beans are generally planted after a crop like wheat, to add nitrogen to the soil exhausted by wheat.

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ICSE ICSE Class 10 Geography
Chapter 8 Agriculture in India
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