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agriculture terminology

Another Name of Agriculture Crops

Term

Crop

King of Arid/Arid Climate Fruit/Poor man's fruit/Chinese Fig

Ber

King of cereals

Wheat

King of coarse cereals

Sorghum

King of fodder crops

Berseem

King of fruits/Hindustan Fruit/Bathroom Fruit/King of Fruit/National Fruit/Fruit of Love

Mango

King of oilseeds/ Pea Nut/Earthnut/Monkey Nut/Manila Nut

Groundnut

King of spices

Black Pepper

King of temperate fruits

Apple

King of weeds

Congress grass

King of vegetable/ Poor man's friend

Potato

King of pulses

Chickpea

King of fibres

Cotton

King of timber

Teak

King of nut

Walnut

Queen of flowers

Rose

Queen of beverage crop

Tea

Queen of cereals

Maize

Queen of fodder crops

Lucerne

Queen of fruits

Mangosteen

Queen of oilseeds

Sesame

Queen of pulses

Pea

Queen, of spices

Small Cardamom

Queen of nut

Peanut

Poorman's tonic

Bitter gourd

Poorman' pulses

Horsegram

Apple of tropics/King of Tropical Fruit/ Poor man's apple/Mass Fruit

Guava

Miracle crop/ Backbone of America/ Drosophila of crop plants

Maize (Due to its highest productivity)

Wonder crop, Suicidal crop, Gold of America, Cinderella crop, Yellow Jewel, Golden bean/ Poor man's meat/ Boneless meet/ Poor man's land crop

Soybean

Wonder tree

Neem

Drought avoidance crop/ Poor man's food/crop

Pearl millet

Camel of desert

Sorghum

Poorman's Diseases

Bacterial Leaf Blight

Richman's Diseases

Blast

Kalpa vriksha/ Tree of heaven

Coconut

Miracle tree

Subabul

Soil restorer crop

Napier grass

Vegetable meat/ Black-eyed pea

Cowpea

Mat Bean, Matki Bean, Turkish Gram, Dew Bean

Moth Bean

Indian Soybean

Cluster bean

Miracle rice (world)

IR-8

Miracle rice (India)

Jaya

Wonder cane

CO-671, CO-419

High solar energy converter crop

Sugar beet

Bio energy plant

Jatropha

Brown gold

Dead pupae of silkworm

White gold

Cotton

Black gold

Opium

Green gold

Bamboo

Butter fruit/ Fruit of 21st century

Avocado

Food for 22nd century / Common man's fruit

Water Melon

Vegetable of 21st century / Multivitamin green / Multimineral packed leafy vegetable

Chekkurmanis

Vegetable of 20th century

Winged bean

Vegetable of 19th century / Man made vegetable

Rutabaga

China's miracle fruit / Chinese goose berry

Kiwi fruit

Egg plant/Eubergine

Brinjal

Famine reserves

Millets

Food of god

Cocoa

Poor man's orange (India) and love of apple (England)/No. one processing vegetable/ Wolf apple/ Vilayati Baigan

Tomato

Poor man's substitute for ghee

Sesame oil

Poor man's cereal

Ragi (finger millet)

Poor man's root crop

Tapioca

Poor man's gold

Pyrite

Man-made fruit

Atemoya, Strawberry

Man-made cereal

Triticale

Man-made vegetable

Rutabaga

Century plant

Date palm

Death cap

Amanita

Largest flower

Rafflesia

Earth star

Geastrum (fungus)

Secret fungi

Psilocybe

Black mould

Aspergillus niger

Blue mould

Neurospora

Blanket flower

Gaillardia

Monkey Jack

Jack fruit

Star Apple

Phalsa

Sapodilla plum

Sapota

Fancy fruit

Mandarin

Black plum/ Indian black berry

Jamun

Indian gooseberry /  Malaca tree

Aonla

Vilayati palak

Spinach

Butter bean

Lima bean

Kidney/ Snap bean/ King of Nutrients, Common Bean Navy Bean, Haricot Bean

French bean/Rajma

Indian bean/ lablab bean

Dolichos bean

Horse/ faba bean

Broad bean

Potato bean/ Misrikand

Yam bean

Balsam-pear/ Bitter cucumber

Bitter gourd

Vegetable of immense value

Pumpkin

Wax/ white gourd

Ash gourd

Swiss chord/ Beet leaf

Palak

Horse radish tree

Drumstick

Wholesome food

Musk melon

King of annual flower

Pansy

Lovers chain

Coral vine

Bodhi tree

Pipal

Peacock

Gulmohar

Blue gum

Safeda/Eucalyptus

China shoe flower

Gurhal/Hibiscus

Pigeon berry

Duranta

Poorman's Orchid

Schizanthus

Love in a mist, black cumin

Nigella

Star flower

Phlox

Cone flower

Rudbeckia

Cape marigold

Dimorphotheca

Pot marigold

Calendula

Dog flower/ Bunny rabbit

Antirrhinum

Baby's breath

Gypsophila

FAQs

1. Which fruit is called King of Arid Fruits?

Ber fruit is called King of Arid Fruits.

2. Which is called King of cereals?

Wheat is called king of cereals.

3. Which is called King of fodder crops?

Berseem is known as King of fodder crops.

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