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  1. Double click on the image, inside the uncropped area. Click the Crop Tool icon. Also, the keyboard shortcut for the Done button is Enter key on your keyboard (Return on a Mac). Well I will be a Blue Nosed Gopher!
  2. Crop quality made an unexpected move higher, meantime. Analysts were expecting USDA to trim another point, but the agency instead added a point, with 55% now rated in good-to-excellent condition. Another 31% of the crop is rated fair (unchanged from last week), with the remaining 14% rated poor or very poor (down a point from last week).
  3. The Crop - N Main Street Suite A, Altus, Oklahoma - Rated 5 based on 46 Reviews "Fabulous service. Definitely recommend The Crop. I had my 5/5(46).
  4. 2 days ago · The states’ share of premium jumped to 44% in FY20 from 41% in FY17 under the PMFBY and Weather Based Crop Insurance Scheme (WBCIS) while the Centre’s share increased to 42% from 40% during.
  5. Click the Crop button. You should now see the cropped image and the full image around it. Drag the handles to change the cropping. Or click Reset to remove the crop altogether.
  6. Nov 03,  · The Photos app on iOS packs a lot of features into it, including the ability to crop, adjust the color, make one-touch adjustments, and more. Editing photos on your iPhone or iPad is really easy. The Photos app on iOS packs a lot of features into it, including the ability to crop, adjust the color, make one-touch adjustments, and more.
  7. 3 hours ago · It looks pretty that way, but if zucchini is your crop, feel free to use just that. The original recipe called for using a 4-ounce ball of fresh mozzarella cheese, either sliced or .
  8. Sep 02,  · A crop is a plant or plant product that can be grown and harvest ed for profit or subsistence. By use, crops fall into six categories: food crops, feed crops, fiber crops, oil crops, ornamental crops, and industrial crops. Food crop s, such as fruit and vegetable s, are harvested for human consumption.
  9. A crop circle, crop formation, or corn circle is a pattern created by flattening a crop, usually a cereal. The term was first coined in the early s by Colin Andrews. Crop circles have been described as all falling "within the range of the sort of thing done in hoaxes " by Taner Edis, professor of physics at Truman State University.

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