WordReference Random House Unabridged Dictionary of American English © 2017
catch crop′, 
  • Agriculturea crop that reaches maturity in a relatively short time, often planted as a substitute for a crop that has failed or at a time when the ground would ordinarily lie fallow, as between the plantings of two staple crops.
  • catch crop′ping. 
    • 1880–85

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