Definitions

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  • adj. Not irrigated.

Etymologies

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non- +‎ irrigated

Examples

  • During the first three months of the year, Nebraska and Kansas saw the largest jump in values, with nonirrigated land values up 24% from a year ago, according to the quarterly report from the Kansas City Federal Reserve Bank.

    Farmland Values Rise 20%

  • Fueled by rising crop prices, the value of irrigated and nonirrigated cropland across the region known as the 10th District jumped 14.8% and 12.9%, respectively, in the fourth quarter, compared with a year earlier.

    Crop Surge Lifts Farmland Prices

  • Farmland prices in the 10th District are generating their biggest gains since the third quarter of 2008, when prices of irrigated farmland jumped 23.4% and prices of nonirrigated farmland rose 21.2%.

    Crop Surge Lifts Farmland Prices

  • Gains were greatest in Nebraska, which saw nonirrigated farmland values jump 30% from a year earlier, while Kansas posted a 21% jump.

    U.S. Farm Income, Spending Under Pressure

  • "We expect in 2012 to see rates of gain slow as crop prices come off their highs," said Jason Henderson , an economist at the Kansas City Fed, which said prices of nonirrigated land in its district rose 24.5% in the quarter.

    Plots & Ploys

  • The value of nonirrigated cropland in the region rose 6.4% compared with the 2009 third quarter, while ranchland values climbed 4.3%.

    Land Becomes Cash Crop in Farm Belt

  • Millet and corn grow on the level land, but the sandy soil limits nonirrigated agriculture.

    Ecoregions of North Dakota and South Dakota (EPA)

  • Cool season grasses are more common than in Ecoregion 13c and nonirrigated cropland is common.

    Ecoregions of Utah (EPA)

  • "While much of the commodity focus has recently been on the lack of rain and its effect on both irrigated and nonirrigated agriculture, mineral resources will continue to be far and away the mainstay of Australia's commodity-export performance," he said.

    Australia's Exports Slow

  • It often occupies more than half of the nonirrigated cropland of the higher elevations in the hills of Northwest India, for example.

    1 Introduction

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