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com•bin•a•ble

(kəmˈbaɪ nə bəl)

adj.
capable of combining or being combined.
[1740–50]
com•bin`a•bil′i•ty, n.
com•bin′a•bly, adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.combinable - able to or tending to combine
combinative, combinatory - marked by or relating to or resulting from combination
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Despite the change in ownership, the business will retain its status as preferred supplier of combinable crops to the compound feed business of The Billington Group.
NFU combinable crops board chairman Mike Hambly, who also attended the conference, said: "If British farmers are to continue to produce safe and healthy food in a sustainable way, and remain competitive, it's vital that we're not excluded from the latest technology.
The survey of combinable crops, available online on the NFU Cymru website: www.
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Perkin Evans, Chairman of NFU Cymru's Combinable Crops and Horticulture Working Group said statistics showed that since 2001, half the plant protection products on the market have been lost, and over the next five years, half of what is left could also disappear from the market owing to "overzealous regulation.
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A wheat farmer and the NFU combinable crops board chairman Andrew Watts said, "It seems many farmers have written 2013 off and are trying to do what they can with the crops in the ground.
Stratford farmer Jim Meadows represents farmers across the West Midlands as regional NFU combinable crops chairman, and says the sector has a promising future.
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According to the agricultural purchasing co-operative's annual Aglnflation Index, which uses data from the business's buying office, combinable crops had been subject to the most input inflation.
Tony Burgess, of Trawscoed, Ceredigion, will continue to represent the poultry sector while Pembrokeshire arable grower Perkin Evans remains as delegate on the combinable crops board.
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