Crop diversity is the variance in genetic and phenotypic characteristics of plants used in agriculture. Crops may vary in seed size, branching pattern, in height, flower color, fruiting time, or flavor. They may also vary in less obvious characteristics such as their response to heat, cold or drought, or their ability to resist specific diseases and pests.Diversity in a crop can also result from different growing conditions a crop growing in nutrient poor soil is likely to be shorter than a crop growing in more fertile soil.diversity of a harvested plant can be the result of genetic differences a crop may have genes conferring early maturity or disease resistance.
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