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arable

Able to be cultivated.
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The average annual price of arable land has fallen by about 8% since the peak of the market in 2015, however.
The law gives those who reclaim desert areas and turn them into arable land the right to own the land, provided that the authorities collect annual fees from farmers and they continue to take care of the land, according to the association.
According to preliminary calculations, owners of arable land of 10-300 decares will receive BGN 45 per decare in 2015, depending on the number of approved applications of farmers.
5 acres of arable land in Pershore, Worcestershire, on behalf of Severn Trent Water.
EC PROPOSALS forcing Welsh producers to grow three arable crops would damage the country's mixed farming system, the FUW says.
QALA-I-NAW (PAN): Around 950 acres of barren land has become arable with the desilting and construction of canals and water heads in northwestern Badghis province, an official said on Thursday.
The region has 120 million hectares of arable land, the same size of arable land India has," Karuturi's managing director, Sai Ramakrishna Karuturi was quoted, as saying.
Arable yields pattern reformation for optimized exploitation of resources in agricultural products
Consequently, the issue of population growth and per capita Arable Land decline has been increasingly a serious concern particularly in Sub-Sahara Africa (SSA) the last two decades.
Thanks to the acquisition, Mitsui Agriscience will be able to rise its sales, adding Agriguard's product range in agrichemicals for arable crops to its horticulture agrichemicals offering.
Agriguard manufactures and distributes off-patent agrichemicals for arable crops such as cereals and oilseed rape mainly in the U.