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Help Please

I'm a high school student that's a part of the Envirothon team. I came across the term "end crop" and I can't seem to find a definition of it on Google. I was hoping to ask some actual farmers. Any help will be much appreciated. Thank you in advance. Also, I'm very sorry if this is in the wrong location, I just found this website and I'm trying my best here.


An answer as soon as possible would be much appreciated. Again, Thank you in advance!

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BA Deere
Honored Advisor

Re: Help Please

Sounds like a freaky deaky Canadian vernacular.  But my best guess would be "end of the season crop" such as how much nitrates are left in the stalk and residue.   But kind of need the context that it`s used.  Good Luck.

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Senior Advisor

Re: Help Please

I agree with BA - It sounds like the last crop of the growing season - But as BA said - really need it in context


Good luck

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