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synonyms for cropping

  • prune
  • shave
  • shear
  • chop
  • clip
  • curtail
  • detach
  • disengage
  • hew
  • lop
  • mow
  • pare
  • pollard
  • reduce
  • shorten
  • skive
  • slash
  • snip
  • top
  • truncate
  • detruncate
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antonyms for cropping

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  • attach
  • connect
  • elongate
  • expand
  • extend
  • grow
  • increase
  • lengthen
  • raise
  • unite
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How to use cropping in a sentence

Urine contains the nutrients nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium—a trio known in agriculture as NPK—in soluble forms that plants can take up, similar to synthetic fertilizers widely used in crop production.
YOUR PEE COULD BE THE GOLDEN TICKET TO A GREENER WORLDULA CHROBAKNOVEMBER 19, 2020POPULAR-SCIENCE
The heat has also brought storms of locusts, migratory pests that are infamous for destroying crops.
ASIA’S BIGGEST CLIMATE MIGRATIONKONSTANTIN KAKAESNOVEMBER 19, 2020MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
For example, an AI trained to spot signs of disease in high-quality medical images will struggle with blurry or cropped images captured by a cheap camera in a busy clinic.
THE WAY WE TRAIN AI IS FUNDAMENTALLY FLAWEDWILL HEAVENNOVEMBER 18, 2020MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
The honeybees that serve as the hornets’ prey are crucial to pollinating crops, Spichiger said.
A NEST FILLED WITH HUNDREDS OF ‘MURDER HORNETS’ WAS DESTROYED ‘JUST IN THE NICK OF TIME,’ OFFICIALS SAYTEO ARMUSNOVEMBER 12, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Some are expecting errors to crop up and padding in extra time to deal with them.
‘THIS IS THE NORM NOT THE EXCEPTION’: WHY MEDIA BUYERS NEED TO PREPARE FOR ISSUES WITH FACEBOOK’S ADS MANAGERKRISTINA MONLLOSNOVEMBER 9, 2020DIGIDAY
Of course, there are plenty of other places that DTC brands can sell through — Walmart, Target and Macy’s have all launched their own marketplaces in recent years, and there’s also a new crop of marketplace startups like Verishop, Bubble and The Yes.
VERTICAL MARKETPLACES ARE THE NEXT HOT INVESTMENT AREA AS DTC BRANDS LOOK FOR MORE PLACES TO SELL ONLINEANNA HENSELNOVEMBER 6, 2020DIGIDAY
Agribusinesses like Cargill and Archer Daniels Midland are aware of the battle and mostly betting that improved crop breeding, using the latest techniques of genetic engineering, will save the day.
NEW VEGGIES FOR A WARMING PLANET - ISSUE 92: FRONTIERSVIVIANE CALLIERNOVEMBER 4, 2020NAUTILUS
Rings of spoofing, nicknamed “crop circles” have been tracked to ports in China and to bizarre locations off the coast of San Francisco, according to investigations by Bjorn Bergman at the NGO SkyTruth.
PLANES CONTINUE TO FLY INTO A GPS DARK HOLE OVER THE MEDITERRANEAN, PUZZLING EXPERTSKDUNN6NOVEMBER 1, 2020FORTUNE
Other shows of this sort are now cropping up, including Brooklyn-based mentalist Jason Suran’s “Reconnected,” an hour filled with displays of his dexterity as a mind reader.
WITH PLAYHOUSES DARK, INTERACTIVE THEATER ONLINE IS LIGHTING THINGS UPPETER MARKSOCTOBER 29, 2020WASHINGTON POST
In recent years, though, July Perry’s name and story have started to crop up all over Florida.
A FORGOTTEN ELECTION DAY MASSACRE IN FLORIDA THAT STILL HAUNTS TODAYSEAN BRASWELLOCTOBER 23, 2020OZY
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WORDS RELATED TO CROPPING

  • battening
  • biting
  • champing
  • cropping
  • eating
  • feeding
  • foraging
  • gnawing
  • munching
  • nibbling
  • pasturing
  • ruminating
  • uprooting
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