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(abbreviated 'ha') a unit of surface area equal to 100 ares (or 10,000 square meters)

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5 thousand hectares of land across the country during current Kharif season for fulfilling the domestic requirements as well as to export.
During the year 2009-10, a total 12, 06,242 MT off seasonal vegetable production was recorded in 63,879 hectare area.
6% decrease in utilised agricultural areas (170 million hectares in 2010), which is indicative of a tendency towards larger holdings.
The cultivable area of 80,000 hectares in six taluks of the district, and 60,000 hectares were devoted to tea.
Thirty-six million hectares of South American forests vanish a year, while Central American forests are being reduced by 2.
The average price per hectare for transactions in 2000 was about pounds 5,000, 3pc higher than the average for 1999.
7 metric tons per hectare in 1984 (1 metric ton per hectare equals 907 pounds per acre).
Gabala region is leading among those producing chestnut, having 214 hectares chestnut orchards.
The project costs around P30,000 to P35,000 per hectare, Malabanan said.
The newest CBD in Cavite, the Maple Grove Commercial District, will have a size of 35 hectares and will be within the 140-hectare Maple Grove Township.
517 million tons during the period under review for getting an average yield of 58,824 kg per hectare, said an official in the Ministry of National Food Security and Research.
04 lakh hectare usually tilled during rabi season, this year, only 5.
The largest amount of grain was collected in Khatlon region (south of the country) - 444,000 tons - the yield of which comprises 34 centers per hectare.