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Synonyms for cultivatable

(of farmland) capable of being farmed productively

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Dr Azra Fazal Pechuho said it was a wrong concept that 70pc of total cultivatable land of the country was located in Punjab.
In regions such as Pakistan, over a quarter of the cultivatable land is occupied by medium to high salinity (Ahmad, 2002; Qureshi and Qadir, 1992).
He also proposed that in 'places where cultivatable land is scattered about' there be organised smaller jurisdictions called 'outpost villages' (lang trai) comprised of 15-18 people: 'So then there will be no abandoned places.
Analyses of the factors show that external factor (the conflict with the local stakeholders regarding right of way issues raised by the locals of Sindhuli district as it passes through the cultivatable lands, houses, schools and cultural sites) is mainly responsible for the delays in project execution, and as yet 7 pylons remain to be erected with transmission lines to complete the construction.
When Sutpen buys land on Jefferson's outskirts, he does so partly as a function of geography: a cotton plantation requires too much cultivatable acreage to be located within town limits.
7 percent of Pakistan's land is currently under cultivation and the cultivatable waste lands offer good possibilities for crop production.
The process for bringing the total cultivatable land of 74,303 hectares under organic farming commenced at ground levels from 2010.
These customary inheritance arrangements combine with factors like population growth, in-migration and the designation of national parks on cultivatable land to produce an overall pattern of reduced land availability for households (Bonnin and Turner 2012, p.
The landmines are reported to have left almost 700,000 acres of Egypt's arable land useless, approximately 10% of the country's total cultivatable area.
The extensive green houses-with cultivatable dirt floors and retractable roof panels, which automatically open to the sky, letting fresh air in when the temperature warrants it-also have crop rotation, but here it is done every 10 years.
The American Farm Bureau Federation has been one of many organizations lobbying for commercial UAV use, since drones would allow farmers to more efficiently scout fields, determine cultivatable land, and understand the extent of loss and actual crop yield to improve performance or file insurance claims.
The contract coolies portrayed in Lulofs's novel own livestock and cultivatable land in Java (1982:15).
The House of Commons (read Anglo-Irish) surveys of this period regarded bogland as unproductive wasteland, which should be transformed into homogenous, cultivatable soil.
The members of this phylum are aerobes widely distributed in nature and usually found from sludge have un-identified lineages with few cultivatable (Zhang et al.
Thus, it is possible to further reclaim cultivatable wasteland in Myanmar.