Industrial Crop Production

Industrial Crop Production

What is an "industrial crop"?

The term "industrial crop" generally refers to an agricultural product that is grown as a commodity and/or as the raw material for industrial goods, rather than for direct human consumption. However, mnay food crops are also grown in an intensive, industrial manner.

Learn how industrial crop production affects you and your family.

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