Definition of Arable. Meaning of Arable. Synonyms of Arable
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Definition of Arable
ArableArable Ar"a*ble, a. [F. arable, L. arabilis, fr. arare to
plow, akin to Gr. ?, E. ear, to plow. See Earable.]
Fit for plowing or tillage; -- hence, often applied to land
which has been plowed or tilled.
Arable Ar"a*ble, n.
Arable land; plow land.
Meaning of Arable from wikipedia
to the growing
of crops: Arable farming
or agronomy, the cultivation
of field crops Arable
land, land upon which crops
land (from Latin
arabilis, "able to be plowed") is, according
to one definition, land capable
of being ploughed
and used to grow crops. In Britain...
to provide adequate water supply
for the vast arable
land of the region
the size of land under
irrigation. The agriculture...
land area which
is a sum of total arable
land area and total
area of permanent
land is a land cultivated
two-thirds of production
to livestock, one-third to arable
by the EU's Common Agricultural
- export markets
are mainland China
and the United
States. It has little arable
land and few natural
most of its food and raw materials...
soil, the highlands account
for 16% of the country's arable
land and 22% of its total forested
land. The soil in much of the southern...
- Only 12% of ****an's land is suitable
for cultivation. Due to this lack of arable
land, a system
is used to farm in small
areas. This results...
gas, iron ore, gold, and other
minerals. It also has large areas
land and water. Venezuela
is entirely located
in the tropics
over the Equator...
- Fivehead Arable Fields
ST337224) is a 10.3 hectare
(25.4 acre) biological
Site of Special Scientific Interest
near the village
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