Green crop

a crop used for food while in a growing or unripe state, as distingushed from a grain crop, root crop, etc.

See also: Green

References in classic literature ?
Far away on each hand stretch the rich pastures, and the patches of dark earth made ready for the seed of broad-leaved green crops, or touched already with the tint of the tender-bladed autumn-sown corn.
He became rather distinguished in his side of the county as a theoretic and practical farmer, and produced a work on the "Cultivation of Green Crops and the Economy of Cattle-Feeding" which won him high congratulations at agricultural meetings.
The buffaloes had found no wallows to be cool in, and no green crops to steal.
Turn the green crop into the soil several weeks before spring planting so it decomposes fully.
The logo shows a yellow sun rising over a fertile green crop field and bears the slogan 'Food, Fiber, Fuel, Flora.
The dainty flowers create a subtle statement without being overbearing, which is complemented by Bargain This cute pale lime green broderie anglaise pencil skirt will look fab with a little cream blouse, or jazzed up with a lime green crop top and statement necklace for a night out.
Elsy Gaytan walks through a field among rows of cabbages, pointing to the crisp green crop sprouting from the earth.
He runs 65 beef cattle plus 750 ewes and 300 ewe lambs on 528 acres, with 23 acres of green crop and 35 acres of arable.
The soft green crop emerging from the womb of mother earth seemed to usher in good tidings, as it has been every year.
Growing a lush green crop of spinach that can be picked again and again is every spinach salad lover's dream.
The 21-year-old teamed wacky sunglasses with a lime green crop top and miniskirt as she belted out hits including Hot Right Now at the show at The Scala.
The co-op's synergy has benefited Key greatly, as he has seen his collard green crop increase from half an acre to more than 30.