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Synonyms for arable

Synonyms for arable

(of farmland) capable of being farmed productively

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Mosharraf said huge arable land of the country remained fallow due to labour intensive agriculture system.
The average annual price of arable land has fallen by about 8% since the peak of the market in 2015, however.
Average land values in Yorkshire and Humberside stood at PS9,000 per acre for arable land and PS6,500 for grassland.
Average arable land values stood at PS9,000 per acre during the first three months of the year, slightly down on 2016.
Soil samples from 0-20 cm were collected from three land uses such as arable land, pasture, and adjacently located forest.
Its total arable land and permanent cropland actually fell between 1991 and 2009.
The association said the NUCA, which falls under the umbrella of the Ministry of Housing, destroyed and removed arable land, and the irrigation network in the Tama Fayoum hamlet in Ahnasiya village, which falls under the Beni Suef governorate.
Legarda warned that the current land degradation in 13 million hectares of arable land is likely to contribute to widespread and severe poverty in the rural areas.
Fortunately, Macedonian farmers started projects for adaptation of agriculture to climate change by irrigating the arable land.
But demand for quality arable land continues to be good, as is that for equestrian purposes.
The Eastern Equatoria region falls within the greenbelt, a term used in reference to areas blessed with arable land suitable for farming and other forms of agricultural activities.
The world population is increasing significantly, whereas arable land is decreasing continually; but to feed the growing population with limited arable land, productivity must improve.
Farming technologies and investing in arable land abroad are some of the top UAE priorities, though.
By end-January 2015, nearly 67A 000 agricultural producers will receive an additional sum of BGN 15 in redistributive payments for farms of 1-30 hectares (10-300 decares) apart from the main subsidies per hectare of arable land.
Chinese officials report that 40 percent of the arable land has been subjected to erosion, pollution and other degradation.