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  • verb Present participle of overcrop.

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Examples

  • The problem of overcropping persists, and until it's resolved there will be many disappointing wines.

    Blind Tasting of Finger Lakes Pinot Noir Reveals Progress, Challenges

  • One widely-used biology textbook stated, Thereafter the deer population continued to decline more slowly and by 1939 was down to 10,000, living up to the capacity of the range, now seriously damaged by overcropping.

    See Us in the Funny Pages

  • It is also approximately 10 feet from where I smashed my head on an overcropping of rock in order to avoid colliding with one of my charges.

    Ten Things Tuesday: A Klutz in the Beautiful NH Mountains « The Life and Times of Organic Mama

  • Pruning, spraying for pests, tending the trellises, overcropping if there were too many buds, and general fretting over the state of the grapes and the date to harvest were all reasons warranting a visit.

    The Merlot Murders

  • Pruning, spraying for pests, tending the trellises, overcropping if there were too many buds, and general fretting over the state of the grapes and the date to harvest were all reasons warranting a visit.

    The Merlot Murders

  • Pruning, spraying for pests, tending the trellises, overcropping if there were too many buds, and general fretting over the state of the grapes and the date to harvest were all reasons warranting a visit.

    The Merlot Murders

  • Pruning, spraying for pests, tending the trellises, overcropping if there were too many buds, and general fretting over the state of the grapes and the date to harvest were all reasons warranting a visit.

    The Merlot Murders

  • Its ability to resist drouth and overcropping and hard usage generally must be great, and I judge that many lawns and pastures would be improved by it.

    The Continental Monthly, Vol. 1, No. 2, February, 1862 Devoted To Literature And National Policy

  • India Company, are becoming more and more deteriorated by overcropping is certain; and an Indian statesman will naturally inquire, what will be the probable consequence to the people and the

    A Journey through the Kingdom of Oude, Volumes I & II

  • The increase in the price of land produce which must take place, as the lands become generally exhausted by overcropping, will, probably, prevent any great falling off in the money rate of rents and revenues, from the land in our Indian possessions; and with the improvements in manufactures, and in the facilities of transport, which must tend to reduce the price of other articles, that money will purchase more of them in the market; and the establishments which have to be maintained out of these rents and revenues may not become more costly.

    A Journey through the Kingdom of Oude, Volumes I & II

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