Cereal agriculture (excluding rice), various legumes, and oil-producing seeds and grains

This sub-class includes the agriculture of all cereals, various legumes, and oil-producing seeds and grains in open fields, including organic crop farming and modified crop farming. The agriculture of these plants is often combined within agricultural units. This sub-class includes: - Agriculture of cereals such as wheat, corn, sorghum, barley for brewing (barley), rye (rye), oats, millet, and other cereals - Agriculture of various legumes, including soybeans, peanuts, and green beans - Agriculture of various horticultural legumes, including green beans, broad beans, long beans, cowpeas, mung beans, lupins, peas, pigeon peas, and other various legume plants - Agriculture of oil-producing grains, such as cotton seeds, castor seeds, flax seeds, mustard seeds, niger seeds, rapeseed/canola, sesame seeds, safflower seeds, sunflower seeds, and other oil-producing plants This sub-class does not include: - Agriculture of corn (maize) for livestock feed, see 0119

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