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arable

Able to be cultivated.
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Man can't live on meat alone, but arable crops need animal manure.
Last year John Harold, of ecological consultants Insight Cymru, surveyed Gwynedd farmland and found a "substantial range" of arable weeds.
The trust said the future for arable plants looks brighter following the recent shake-up of farming subsidy schemes.
A separate lot of 85.45 acres of arable land to the north of the farm is also available.
Ms Tshireletso said in an effort to increase food production, government would continue to assist arable farmers, including horticultural farmers through ISPAAD.
Many species traditionally associated with mixed farming systems have declined in Wales, such as the yellowhammer and tree sparrow, and specialist arable plants such as weasel's-snout and small-flowered catchfly have also seen a dramatic decline in their numbers.
'We have seriously affected the whole diversity of our countryside, the plight of farmland birds has been well documented but arable plants may have fared just as badly, if not worse.
As of August 26, 12.6 thousand hectares of arable land were put into agricultural circulation.
Prior to the awards, Wynnstay's arable trading manager, Paul Crump and I were pleased to welcome students, including Harry, to our Astley site near Shrewsbury."
Commercial pastoral ranches and NAMPAAD commercial arable farms in the Kweneng District will soon be available for eligible citizens following their demarcation and surveying.
Arable farmers have been told to stop wasting time being defensive about the inevitable loss of agrochemicals and instead accept they will have to adopt new crop protection techniques.
It noted that in his second term of Governor Nyesom Wike has prioritised commercial agriculture, hence all available arable land in the state would be needed to drive commercial agriculture across the state to create employment for Rivers youths.