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It uses over half of the farmable land area and labor force in Thailand.
It roughly marks the southern edge of the farmable land around Livingston.
There are 10-20acre farmable dells in the area with milking cattle being the main use.
Much of the pre-history of Peru has been wrapped up in where the farmable land was located.
The farmable land that was once abundant is now declining sharply as many are constructing houses and mansions rapidly.
It all depends very much upon what a particular planet has to offer in terms of pickable food, huntable animals, farmable lands and whatever.
Some jachère lands were made farmable, but their cultivation remained questionable due to their poor soil quality.
A temperature rise extends the growing season and the farmable area; it causes earlier maturity of grains and the opportunity to grow new crops.
The Farmable Wetlands Program was a conservation program in the United States.
It is very few extensions that can be farmable by seasonal farming (June to October) since the producction is not cost effective.
The effects of glaciation created soil characteristics that limited successful farming and steep hillsides that also cut down on the amount of farmable land.
His purpose for traveling to Arizona was to purchase a large tract of land, and search for farmable land for friends and relatives.
That mill and others have increasingly been supplied by logging operations that have, potentially, been creating more farmable land through their clear-cutting practices.
Contemporary Czech cuisine is more meat based than in previous periods; the current abundance of farmable meat has enriched its presence in regional cuisine.
The well known Inca were a mountain-based culture that expanded when the climate became more wet, often sending conquered peoples down from the mountains into unfarmed but farmable lowlands.
Mr. Fisher recommended approval for Mr. Cannata's application to cut down 55 acres of forest, saying clear-cutting would serve an agricultural purpose by making the site farmable.
About 40% of the potentially farmable sea water identified by the White Fish Authority in the whole of the United Kingdom is in the Western Isles.
The Lacys, on the other hand, had been successful farmers in Virginia at the turn of the 19th century; those that moved to Mississippi were most likely looking for new farmable land.
Others point out that the earth is thought to be able to support double the current human population, and press that the resources available, such as unused farmable land, should be better handled.
Due to the decreasing number of farmable lands in Japan, the Imperial Japan decided to establish migration policies which would help people to move to the Korean Peninsula to farm.
A History of Stone Rose The settlement that later became Stone Rose was founded during the Age of Dreams, when the plains were still fertile, farmable land.
Even with interior pressures of only three hundred millibars, which was barely farmable, the dfiferential with the outside was drastic; a bad seal or a weak spot, and they would go bang.
The Salt Lake City Green Program which maps the city's farmable land and uses biointensive as a reference point to enable its residents to determine how much food their land can produce.
After the Cadastral Survey had been done by the Imperial Japan, Oriental Development Company had bought one third farmable lands in the Korean Peninsula by the late 1920s.
This earthquake, and its aftershocks a year later, were so destructive that Congress passed the first federal relief act in 1815 to support the farmers whose previously healthy and farmable land was turned to swamp, sand and mud.