Agriculture | Crops

Agricultural plants, also known as crops, are plant products that are typically grown and harvested as food for humans or sustenance for livestock. Critical to the development of sedentary human civilizations that gave rise to cities, the output of agricultural science has made it possible to create the food surpluses necessary for sustaining ever rising populations around the world. Plant crops range in uses from food crops to horticulture, floriculture, and industrial crops. In terms of global crop production, the largest yearly production crops by weight are sugarcane, maize, rice, wheat, and potatoes.

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Wheat
Scale comparison of wheat to the size of a human

Wheat is a tall, annual, cereal plant whose grain is ground and used for the flour for producing bread, pasta, pastries, etc. Wheat is harvested in two seasons, a spring and winter wheat.

Wheat attains an average height of 4’ (1.2 m).

Elevation drawing of wheat with heights between 2'6"-4" | 76-122 cm
Wheat is a tall, annual, cereal plant whose grain is ground and used for the flour for producing bread, pasta, pastries, etc. Wheat is harvested in two seasons, a spring and winter wheat.

Wheat attains an average height of 4’ (1.2 m).

Elevation drawing of wheat with heights between 2'6"-4" | 76-122 cm
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Genus: Triticum
Height: 2’-6’ | .6-1.8 m
Height (Average): 4’ | 1.2 m
Climate: Temperate
Harvest: Two season: spring & winter
Type: Grain
Uses: Flour for bread, pasta, pastry

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Corn
Measured comparison of the height of corn stalks to humans

Corn, the most widely produced feed grain in the US, is generally harvested for two months between September and November.

Corn can grow between 8'-16' (2.4-4.9 m) tall

Collection of drawings of various corn stalks in a row
Corn, the most widely produced feed grain in the US, is generally harvested for two months between September and November.

Corn can grow between 8'-16' (2.4-4.9 m) tall

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Height: 8’-16’ | 2.4-4.9 m
Height (Average): 12’ | 3.7m

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