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Hectare

A measure of area of land. A hectare is equal to 10,000 square meters. It traces its origins to the French revolutionary government. It is often used in real estate transactions. See also: Acre.
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hectare

A land measurement under the metric system,equal to 10,000 square meters,or roughly 2.471 acres.

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Most of them had gardening experience less than ten years, with growing gardens ranging from one to five hectres. Most of them raised one to ten tons in a hecter, with an annual gardening income of one to five million tomans (monetary unit in Iran) and total annual income of ten to twenty million tomans.
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Each farm has an average land area of 3 to 4 hectres. The ADFSC targets to achieve a 40 per cent presence of locally-produced fruits and vegetables in the markets by 2015 and reduce 40 per cent water consumption by 2013.
The project which consists of 500 high-quality villas is built over 78 hectres and a total built area of 232,00 square metres, will have a complete set of world-class amenities, and be based on the traditional "fareej" design linked with "sikkas" and "barahas", creating private family homes linked through a shaded network of pathways and local parks.
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