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Use "monocultures" in a sentence
"My attempt at summarizing his argument would be to say the next president should move the US away from industrial agriculture, based in monocultures that rely on chemical fertilizers and pesticides."
"These "monocultures" -- field plantings of a single crop, usually corn, cotton or soy -- have relied heavily on oil and resource inputs the third world can't afford."
"One of the things he has worried - and warned - about is the danger represented by IT "monocultures" - the situation that arises when everyone uses the same software, for example, and therefore everyone shares the same vulnerability to a computer virus or other security threat."