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Question 1: ________ systems may also encourage growing multiple species and a wide variety of crops at the same time and same place.
Local foodSustainable agricultureSustainabilityCorporate farming

Question 2: Monoculture is the ________ practice of producing or growing one single crop over a wide area.
Sustainable agricultureAgricultureOrganic farmingIntensive farming

Question 3: Examples of monoculture include ________ and most field crops, such as wheat or corn.
GrassPoaceaeDomestic sheepLawn

Question 4: These ________ have uniform growing requirements and habits resulting in greater yields on less land because planting, maintenance (including pest control) and harvesting can be standardized.
CultigenBotanical nameCultivarGenera Plantarum

Question 5: The term is mostly used in ________ and describes the practice of planting crops with the same patterns of growth resulting from genetic similarity.
Sustainable agricultureOrganic farmingAgricultureIntensive farming

Question 6: in the field of musicology to describe the dominance of the American and British music-industries in ________, or in the field of computer science to describe a group of computers all running identical software.
Power popMexican pop musicBoy bandPop music

Question 7: It is widely used in modern ________ and its implementation has allowed for large harvests from minimal labor.
Industrial agriculture (animals)Industrial agriculture (crops)Factory farmingIndustrial agriculture

Question 8: In ________, monoculture refers to the planting of one species of tree.
WildernessDeforestationForestrySustainability







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