Do you ever wander and wonder? I do.
I often wander through the fields and wonder what the farm crops all around me are.
I wonder whether the field of grain crops in front of me is barley or wheat? Or could it be rye or oats perhaps? Or is that mountain of root vegetables sugar beet, swedes or something else?
I then turn my mind to think of crops in other parts of the world, and wonder what rice plants look like, or sorghum, or a field of alfalfa or cotton or tea.
All these questions have led me to produce a 32-page eBook called “How to Identify Farm Crops.”
What crops does it cover?
- Cereal crops (9): Wheat, barley, rye, oats, rice, maize (corn), sorghum, millet, canary grass.
- Forage crops (4): Clover, lucerne (alfalfa), fodder beet, swedes.
- Industrial crops (12): Flax, sugar beet, oilseed rape, soybean, potato, coffee, tea, cotton, rubber, hops, tobacco, industrial hemp.
Each crop is illustrated with photos of the plant, flower, seed, bean as appropriate. For example, photos clearly show the differences between wheat, barley, rye and oats. A short description gives the main features of each plant to look out for. And there is some background information on the global importance of that farm crop. Here’s one page as an example:
The Guide to Farm Crops is available as a 32-page eBook for the price of only 4.99 EUR. To purchase, simply click on the link below. You can pay via a card, PayPal, Bancontact etc.
You will then have an easy-to-use guide that you can put on your phone and pull it out when you come across a farm crop that you don’t know.
It would also be useful for children too. It would certainly make a “boring” walk in the countryside more enjoyable, entertaining and educational.
On this subject, I also have an eBook called ”Children’s Outdoor Activities in Belgium”, also available for only 4.99 EUR.
If you have any questions, feel free to contact me.
Thank you! Denzil
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