What is the process of cropping?
To “crop” an image is to remove or adjust the outside edges of an image (typically a photo) to improve framing or composition, draw a viewer's eye to the image subject, or change the size or aspect ratio. In other words, image cropping is the act of improving a photo or image by removing the unnecessary parts.
When plants of the same kind are grown and cultivated in one place on a large scale, it is called a crop. For example, a crop of wheat means that all the plants grown in a field are that of wheat. Crops are plants grown by the farmers. Agriculture plays a very important role in the Indian economy.
Cropping is one of the most basic photo manipulation processes, and it is carried out to remove an unwanted object or irrelevant noise from the periphery of a photograph, to change its aspect ratio, or to improve the overall composition.
The process of growing crops is called cultivation. Many stages are involved in the process of cultivation such as ploughing, sowing, irrigating and harvesting.
Food crops, such as fruit and vegetables, are harvested for human consumption. Grains, such as corn, wheat, and rice, are the world's most popular food crops. Food crops were the first crops to be harvested through agriculture.
The term cropping system refers to the crops, crop sequences and management techniques used on a particular agricultural field over a period of years. It includes all spatial and temporal aspects of managing an agricultural system.
(ˈkrɒpɪŋ ) the trimming or masking of unwanted edges or areas of a negative or print. Collins English Dictionary. Copyright © HarperCollins Publishers.
When the plants of the same kind are cultivated at one place on a large scale, it is called a crop. Most crops are cultivated in agriculture or hydroponics.
The traditionally used cropping systems are monoculture, intercropping, crop rotations, fallows systems/shifting cultivation, strip cropping, multiple cropping, contour strip cropping, and cover crops.
There are about 7 basic principles of crop production which include preparation of soil, sowing, adding manure and fertilizers, irrigation, weeding, harvesting and proper storage.
What are the 4 types of cropping?
Types of Cropping Systems: Mono cropping; Crop Rotation; Sequential Cropping; Inter Cropping; Relay Cropping.