Agricultural Crops, Origin, History And Domestication
Several different agricultural crops are covered in this section, along with geographic origins, initial domestication and evolution, crop diversity, genomic interactions, traditional approaches, history, life cycle, fertilizer and pesticide best practices, and more. Read More
Crops are plants or animals that can be produced extensively for profit or subsistence. Globally, the following crops contribute most to human food supply: rice, wheat, sugarcane, maize, soybean, potatoes, palm oil, cassava, legume pulses, sunflower, mustard, sorghum, millet, groundnuts, sweet potatoes, bananas, various nuts, cotton, groundnut, etc.
Crops are natural plants that can be cultivated for food, textiles, paper, decoration, or profit. They are grown for a variety of uses, including food processing, feed for livestock, and biofuel production.