uncultivable


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Adj.1.uncultivable - not suitable for cultivation or tillinguncultivable - not suitable for cultivation or tilling; "thickets of indigenous trees...on uncultivable land"- C.B.Palmer
uncultivated - (of land or fields) not prepared for raising crops; "uncultivated land"
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uncultivable

[ˈʌnˈkʌltɪvəbl] ADJincultivable
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tilburgii is an uncultivable nontuberculous mycobacterium related to M.
Here, we describe the fecal bacterial diversity among Duroc pigs using 16S rRNA gene pyrosequencing and suggest core members of the microbial community, as well as uncultivable members of the adult Duroc gut microbiota.
He said Pakistan had a vast uncultivable area across the country and all stakeholders should come forward to enhance cultivated land to boost the national economy.
In addition to identifying uncultivable organisms, PCR and RT-PCR assays have the advantage of obtaining quick results, often within 24 hours.
Organic and Non Organic WADI (Orchard Development on uncultivable land and providing beneficiaries the basic knowledge and advantages of orchard farming, providing organic manures, organic fertilizers, organic certification, identifying viable & sustainable micro enterprises).
It seems like a crazy idea, for the volcano erupts with deathless regularity, and at least once a decade, its lava flows reach dangerously close to the highest town, turning the land along the way into mounds of solidified magma, uncultivable for hundreds of years.
The study of land use pattern is important because that it reveals the extent of land use under different activities such as cultivable, uncultivable, barren, waste land etc.
We have taken note of the fact that there are acute difficulties in aggregating large tracts of uncultivable land which are vacant and contiguous, and we have decided to reduce the minimum land area
Land used for growing the crops is now inundated with water and uncultivable.
Richard Pavitt, exhibition director of Agra Middle East, said: "The Middle East is one of the most vulnerable regions in the world regarding food security as unsuitable climates, limited water resources, and uncultivable soil conditions make food production particularly challenging.
In Middle East countries, summer temperatures will reach 45 degrees, while in Africa, dry weather will render 35 percent of land uncultivable.
92) These uncultivable organisms may represent the biologic equivalent of "dark matter" in the human microbiome, representing a new frontier in clinical microbiology and bacterial pathogenesis.