Translation of monoculture in Spanish:


monocultivo, n.

Pronunciation /ˈmɑnəˌkəltʃər/ /ˈmɒnə(ʊ)kʌltʃə/


  • 1

    monocultivo masculine
    • The necessity for crop protection emerged with agriculture not because of any practice of monoculture but because crops were now being grown in areas outside where they originated.
    • The fields flourished but with such vast areas of monoculture, farmers had to use massive amounts of chemical pesticides.
    • Reports from the West Indies during the second half of the century indicate the steady advance of sugar cultivation, although sugar monoculture was certainly not the case in these islands.
    • Populations fluctuated with the extent of monoculture, choice of cultivars, and extent of parasites.
    • Detailed records demonstrate the extent of buffel invasion producing a ground cover monoculture in richer soil areas.
    • This huge monoculture is covering most of the middle West and a lot of the rest of the country like a second great American lawn.
    • When the native species is suppressed, the area becomes a monoculture of purple loosestrife.
    • Soil degradation due to sugar-cane monoculture and pesticides are the most serious problems.
    • Today's trends in agriculture continue to be driven by monoculture and profit driven cropping.
    • Brazilian agriculture has been going through a rapid process of modernization in recent years, with the expansion of intensive monoculture.
    • Comparisons between individual P. lanceolata or B. napus plants in monoculture and interspecific competition were made.
    • B. madritensis also respired significantly less in monoculture than in mixed culture, but the difference was apparent immediately after labelling.
    • In conventional farming, a single variety of crop plant is grown by itself in large tracts - a method known as monoculture.
    • S. alterniflora is common along the east coast of North America, forming vast expanses of near monoculture in the south-eastern USA.
    • They rotate their crops, thereby helping the soil to recover from centuries of monoculture under sugarcane.
    • After a while, heather monoculture is broken by an intake field and our path leads to a shallow valley that is a mosaic of ground-cover greens and is curlew country.
    • These species are under an unusual selection regime in that their hosts are often isogenic and planted in monoculture.
    • Wine prices collapsed and in Languedoc, which had gone over to wine monoculture, there was a massive peasant revolt in the summer of 1907.
    • Heirloom plants can also help buck the trend of monoculture, in which one variety is grown in vast fields.
    • The surroundings are of heather, not some extreme monoculture, but a pattern with grasses and bilberry.
  • 2

    • 2.1(area)

      región de monocultivo

    • 2.2(crop)

      cosecha de monocultivo feminine