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The Rambam (Kilayim 1:3) and the Shulchan Aruch (YD 297:2) explicitly rule that the issue of Kilaei Zeraim (planting mixtures of edible seeds (except grapes)) only applies in the Land of Israel and a Jew can even plant his own mixtures outside of Israel on purpose.
It seems that the Mishna (the source of what you are quoting) differentiates between an open miracle and a natural miracle. Once one has started measuring one's granary - then if it increases it's an open miracle. Open miracles are too obvious and rarely happen. Before one has started measuring, then an increase is impossible to prove. The Mishna suggests ...
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