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Definition of Nonarable
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Literary usage of Nonarable
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1. Forest Physiography: Physiography of the United States and Principles of by Isaiah Bowman (1911)
"ROUGH STONY LAND Areas so stony and broken as to be nonarable, although permitting timber growth and pasturage. They frequently consist of steep mountain ..."
2. Soil Conservation: An Assessment of the National Resources Inventory by National Research Council Staff, National Research Council, Board on Agriculture (1986)
"8 1 = yes 2 = no Degree of erosion:9 1 = none or slight 2 = moderate 3 = severe nonarable due to past erosion?:10 1 = yes 2 = no Presently zeroed out ..."
3. Watershed Development Projects in India: An Evaluation by J. M. Kerr, Ganesh Pangare, Vasudha Pangare (2002)
"Watershed projects seek to develop nonarable lands for a variety of reasons. In projects oriented toward water harvesting, ..."
4. Pamphlets on Forest Economics (1915)
"Here, probably, considerably more than 50 per cent of the bottom land has been converted into a nonarable swampy waste, entirely as the result of deposition ..."
5. The Soils and Agriculture of the Southern States by Hugh Hammond Bennett (1921)
"There are some rough areas including nonarable land along some of the streams and in some instances back from the more important streams, as in the Flint ..."