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Definition of Noncultivated
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Literary usage of Noncultivated
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1. Guidelines for the Use of Digital Imagery for Vegetation Mappingby Henry Lachowski by Henry Lachowski (1996)
"2.2 noncultivated—Vegetated areas that are not treated with annual tillage or a ... 2.21 Herbaceous—noncultivated areas where a plurality of the cover is ..."
2. Investment and Input Requirements for Accelerating Food Production in Low by Peter Oram (1979)
"In the case of Egypt, nothing has been deducted, since all of the new development will take place in noncultivated land. In Indonesia, about 680000 hectares ..."
3. Strategies for Sustainable Land Management in the East African Highlands by J. Pender, Frank Place, S. Ehui (2006)
"As can be seen, noncultivated land occupies the majority of land area. The largest single category is grazing, pasture, and fallow land, which is found in ..."
4. Report and Recommendations of the Minnesota Interagency Exotic Species Task by DIANE Publishing Company (1995)
"In Minnesota, 20% of all the noncultivated plant species are exotics. Other states have even higher percentages: 26% of aquatic plants in Florida (Schmitz ..."
5. Income Opportunities in Special Forest Products: Self-Help Suggestions for by Margaret G. Thomas (1994)
"Honeybees visit not only blossoms on cultivated crops but also those of orchard ground cover and noncultivated plants. 2. ..."
6. Weeds of the North Central States edited by Lloyd M. Wax, Richard S. Fawcett, Duane Isely (1999)
"Found in pastures, where it is especially troublesome, and other noncultivated areas. Bristles may injure mouths of livestock. ..."
7. Conservation and Development of Nontimber Forest Products in the Pacific edited by Bettina Von Hagen, James F. Weigand, Rebecca McLain, Roger Fight (1998)
"... 78 percent of women earned more from gathering and selling foods than the going rate for daily agricultural labor. Gathering noncultivated and ..."