OTHER WORDS FROM monoculturemon·o·cul·tur·al, adjective
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In Europe, blended farms that grow wheat or sunflowers between rows of wild cherry and walnut trees, for example, can produce up to 40 percent more than monocultures of the same crops for a given area.
While industrialized monoculture is the norm among big players, small-scale farmers are more able to incorporate trees into their fields, or bring crops into the forests.
The need to move fruit and nut production east, away from increasingly drought-stricken California, may provide an extra push for bringing more trees onto monoculture farms, Lovell says.
The TV series was supposed to be a satire about the tech industry’s myopia and monoculture, not career inspiration.Gen Z women are breaking into the venture capital boy’s club|Nitasha Tiku|April 23, 2021|Washington Post
She was a bit of monoculture emerging from our ever-fragmented consumption habits.Pandemic TV hero Lorraine Bracco on why ‘The Sopranos’ was a quarantine hit and that house in Sicily she bought for a buck|Jessica M. Goldstein|April 23, 2021|Washington Post