Growing plants and Raising animals for human use.
Grasses that contain grains.
Roots or underground stems that are rich in carbohydrates
Members of the pea family and bear seeds in pods.
The part of a flowering plant that usually contains seeds.
Foods derived from the leaves, stems, seeds, and roots of nonwoody plants.
A dry, hard fruit that does not split open to release its seed.
Supply plants with essential mineral nutrients like nitrogen and phosphorus.
Chemicals that kill undesireable organisms that harm crops, such as some insects.
Acetylsalicylic acid; the world's most widely used medicine.
Grains fermented into alcohol and mixed with gasoline; an alternative fuel for automobiles.
Undesireable plants that often crowd out crop plants or native plant species.
Allergic reaction that results in sneezing, a runny nose, and watering eyes.