, -·cropped′, -·crop′ping
to grow a crop with (another crop) in the same field, as in alternate rows
any such crop
verbin·ter·cropped, in·ter·crop·ping, in·ter·crops
To grow more than one crop in the same field, especially in alternating rows or sections.
To plant (a crop) in the same field with another.
(third-person singular simple present intercrops, present participle intercropping, simple past and past participle intercropped)
- The second (subsequent) crop so planted
inter- + crop