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“content”: “Part Four \u2013 Explanatory Notes\n\nSection A: Agriculture, Hunting and Forestry\n\n01 Agriculture, Hunting and Related Service Activities\n\n01.1 Growing of Crops; Market Gardening; Horticulture\n\n01.11 Growing of Cereals and Other Crops N.E.C.\n\nThis class includes:\n\n- Growing of cereal grains: hard and soft wheat, rye, barley, oats, maize, rice, etc.\n- Growing of potatoes\n- Growing of sugar beet\n- Growing of tobacco, including its preliminary processing: harvesting and drying of tobacco leaves\n- Growing of oilseeds or oleaginous fruit: peanuts, soya, colza, etc.\n- Production of sugar beet seeds and forage plant seeds (including grasses)\n- Growing of hop cones, roots and tubers with a high starch or inulin content\n- Growing of cotton; growing of diverse textile plants; retting of plants bearing vegetable fibres\n- Growing of dried leguminous vegetables such as field peas and beans\n- Growing of plants used chiefly in pharmacy or for insecticidal, fungicidal or similar purposes\n- Growing of crops n.e.c.\n\nThis class excludes:\n\n- Growing of melons, see 01.12\n- Growing of sweet corn, see 01.12\n- Growing of other vegetables, see 01.12\n- Growing of flowers, see 01.12\n- Production of flower and vegetable seeds, see 01.12\n- Growing of horticultural specialities, see 01.12\n- Growing of olives, see 01.13\n- Growing of beverage crops, see 01.13\n- Growing of spice crops, see 01.13\n- Growing of nuts, see 01.13\n- Gathering of forest products and other wild growing material, see 02.01\n- Growing of vegetable materials used for plaiting, see 02.01\n\n01.12 Growing of Vegetables, Horticultural Specialities and Nursery Products\n\nThis class includes:\n\n- Growing of vegetables: tomatoes, melons, onions, cabbages, lettuce, cucumbers, carrots, beans, cress, sweet corn, courgettes, egg-plants, leeks\n- Growing of seasoning herbs and vegetables: capers, \u2019peppers\u2019, fennel, parsley, chervil, tarragon, sweet marjoram\n- Growing of mushrooms, gathering of forest mushrooms or truffles\n- Growing of flowers\n- Production of seeds for flowers, fruit or vegetables\n- Growing of plants for planting or ornamental purposes, including turf for transplanting\n\nThis class excludes:\n\n- Growing of potatoes, see 01.11\n- Growing of sugar beets, see 01.11\n- Growing of oilseeds and oleaginous fruit, see 01.11\n- Growing of roots and tubers with a high starch or inulin content, see 01.11\n- Growing of cotton or other vegetable textile materials, see 01.11\n- Growing of spice crops, see 01.13\n- Growing of olives, see 01.13\n- Operation of forest tree nurseries, see 02.01\n- Growing of Christmas trees, see 02.01\n\n01.13 Growing of Fruit, Nuts, Beverage and Spice Crops\n\nThis class includes:\n\n- Production of fruit: apples, pears, citrus fruit, apricots, strawberries, berries, cherries, peaches, bananas, avocados, dates,”,