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Mishnah 1

(a) What does the Mishnah rule with regard to someone who sows his field with Terumah seeds be'Shogeg?
(b) Then why does he forbid someone who sowed be'Meizid to do so?
(c) Under which circumstances does the Tana give Shogeg the same Din as Meizid?
(d) In the case of someone who plants flax-seeds, even be'Meizid, the Tana obligates him to plow the field, even if it has already grown one third. Why is that?

Mishnah 2

(a) The above, says the Mishnah, are subject to Leket, Shikchah and Pe'ah. According to the Tana Kama, who is eligible to pick it?
(b) Assuming it is picked by Aniyei Yisrael, what do they do with it?

(a) What does Rebbi Tarfon say?
(b) What objection does Rebbi Akiva raise to Rebbi Tarfon's ruling?
(c) Like whom is the Halachah?

Mishnah 3

(a) They are also subject to Ma'asros. Which Ma'asros?
(b) Are they also subject to Terumah?
(c) Are Aniyei Yisrael eligible to receive Ma'aser Ani from them?
(d) Why does the Tana prefer a Yisrael Ani to beat the corn with sticks rather than to thresh it using animals?
(e) What should a poor man who does decide to thrash, do to avoid the problem?

Mishnah 4

(a) What is the status of 'Gidulei Terumah' (Terumah that one re-planted) min ha'Torah?
(b) Then why did the Chachamim decree that it should have the Din of Terumah?
(c) What does the Mishnah say about 'Gidulei Gidulin'?
(d) Why does the Tana declare Chulin, Gidulei ...
1. ... Tevel, Gidulei Ma'aser Rishon (whose Terumah has not been taken) and Gidulei Meduma, despite the fact that they all contain Terumah?
2. ... Sefichei Shevi'is and Terumas Chutz la'Aretz?
3. ...Bikurim?
(e) The Mishnah also declares Gidulei Hekdesh and Ma'aser Sheni, Chulin. What is the owner nevertheless Chayav to do when he picks them?

Mishnah 5

(a) What does the Mishnah say about s field with a hundred rows of re-planted Terumah and one of Chulin (and the Kohen does not know which row is Chulin, assuming that it is a species whose seeds ...
1. ... rot ('Zar'o Kalah')?
2. ... do not rot?
(b) What is the reason for the latter ruling?

Mishnah 6

(a) And what does the Mishnah say about Gidulei Tevel? When is it Mutar and when is it Asur?
(b) What, besides onions and 'Lof' (a species of onions) does the Mishnah list as being a species whose seeds rot?
(c) What does Rebbi Shimon say about garlic?
(d) What, besides 'garlic has the same Din as barley' might he mean (see Tos. Yom-Tov)?

Mishnah 7

(a) The Mishnah discusses someone who weeds together with a Nochri, on his property among the Chasiyos. What are 'Chasiyos'?
(b) What does the Tana permit him to do?
(c) Why is he not permitted to eat even 'K'va' (proper meals), seeing as the field belongs to a Nochri?

(a) What does the Mishnah rule with regard to Gidulei Terumah Temei'ah that a Kohen planted?
(b) Why are we not afraid that he will therefore retain his Tamei Terumah until the planting season and plant it then, in order that it should become Tahor?
(c) The Tana Kama requires him to cut away all that is initially ready to eat, before being permitted to eat the rest. What does Rebbi Yehudah say?

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