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- adj. Suitable for farming.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Capable of being farmed.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Capable of being farmed, in any sense.
Research into the life histories of many butterflies with economic potential is well under way, so that an increasing number of species will become "farmable" and will be available in future in perfect ex pupa condition.
Anyway, provided a warming global climate does not spin out of control, what would be wrong with more farmable land, more temperate winters, etc.?
Diouf says only about one percent of the farmable land in the region is irrigated, compared to about four percent in sub-Saharan Africa as a whole, and nearly forty percent in Asia.
Africa holds 60% of the world's uncultivated farmable land, yet one in three people still go hungry there every day, according to the government.
Sept. 7 (Bloomberg) -- Michael Burry, the former hedge-fund manager who predicted the housing market's plunge, said he is investing in farmable land, small technology companies and gold as he hunts original ideas and braces for a weaker dollar.
For instance, much has been made recently of the shrinkage of farmable land due to creeping urbanization.
Hundreds just a few days away, with farmable land where we could grow more food than we could eat.
Ryan particularly emphasized that the development is (as I quoted in the original post), not in the ALR or farmable land.
It still wants to help children leave subsistence farms, on land that was barely farmable even before the drought and has been overused to the point of exhaustion.
Warmer temps bring increases in growing seasons and farmable land.
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