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2015-12-23T21:52:12+05:30
Disadvantages:-
1. The plants gradually lose their vigour as there is no genetic variation. They are more prone to diseases that are specific to the species. This can result in the destruction of an entire crop.
2. Since many plants are produced, it results in overcrowding and lack of nutrients.
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2015-12-24T23:01:26+05:30
Disadvantages:- 1. The plants gradually lose their vigour as there is no genetic variation. They are more prone to diseases that are specific to the species. This can result in the destruction of an entire crop. 2. Since many plants are produced, it results in overcrowding and lack of nutrients.
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