English version

market garden

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Crops
market gardenˌmarket ˈgarden noun [countable] British English  TACan area of land where vegetables and fruit are grown so that they can be sold syn truck farm American Englishmarket gardener noun [countable]
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market gardenIn addition, an expanding Kingston required increasing amounts of fruit and market garden produce which are currently the main products.The warm spring climate makes it possible to produce early market garden crops before those in other parts of Britain.The island of Porto Santo grows cereals, vines, figs, market garden produce, melons and pumpkins.In particular, millions of pounds of market garden produce will be destroyed by dust during the construction period.It was built without delay, a short distance into Tennison Road, alongside a small market garden.Now they use them for arable cash crops and special market garden crops.The market garden is managed on a shared basis, as are the bees, whose honey is sold in the shop.
From Longman Business Dictionarymarket gardenˌmarket ˈgarden noun [countable] British English an area for growing fruit and vegetables for sale SYN TRUCK FARM
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