Agriculture

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Agriculture

The production of food through the raising of crops and/or animals. The development of agriculture approximately 9,000 years ago is considered to be one of the most important revolutions in human thinking, one that made civilization possible. The trade of agricultural products, such as wheat or coffee, gave rise to the first exchanges. Even now, agricultural products are among the most important commodities that are traded. Very often, agriculture may only be performed in certain areas. Zoning laws regulate where farming and ranching may or may not take place. See also: Agribusiness.
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An awardee/allocatee or his/her heir with OA or CLT shall be issued Certificate of Land Ownership Award (CLOA), provided, that awardee/allocatee or his/her heir is still in actual possession and/or cultivation of the land; there is/are no adverse claimant/s on the subject lot; there is/are no conflict of claim/s filed in the Court or any appropriate body or Tribunal; or there is no OA or CLT issued in favor of others, Mariano added.
The buyer must contractually agree to make the cultivation of the land in 2015 finished by the end of the year.