What is an agricultural culture?

Agricultural culture is a record of land use according to user relations. The type of agricultural land is arable land, grassland, eel, permanent grassland. Permanent culture is vineyards, hop gardens, orchards, kindergartens, fast growing trees. Other crops include woodland, ponds, non-production areas, etc.  Agricultural crops are understood to be soil fertilization and crop cultivation. When growing a single plant on a large area, it is a monoculture. Forest monocultures are not suitable for degradation of agricultural land use and resilience. Agricultural crops represent plant species grown on agricultural land, sown or planted with crop plants.