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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The fertile land may be increased and the uncultivable land can be brought under cultivation.
Northern Nigeria is becoming more of a drought-prone area, with an advancing desert, already encroaching southward, thus making the few cultivable lands of the north, almost uncultivable.
A study by the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, in England, shows that in Ethiopia - the world's fifth largest coffee producer and the origin of Arabica coffee - nearly 60% of the current coffee-growing area could become uncultivable by the end of the century.
His cost-effective, rapidly deployable product is now being piloted by the World Food Programme in refugee camps to support the supply of fresh produce to thousands of people in what are often uncultivable, barren locations.
The presence of uncultivable bacteria has been demonstrated by polymerase chain reaction-denaturing gradient gel electrophoresis (PCR-DGGE), although these studies were limited by low detection rates of microbes in landfill leachate plumes [11].
Nowadays, high-throughput sequencing technologies have facilitated the identification of uncultivable microbes in the human body.
The development of a typing method for an uncultivable microorganism: the example of Pneumocystis jirovecii.
Previously uncultivable lands are now producing good harvests as a result of the reconstruction of an ancient irrigation canal, benefiting hundreds of families.
Identification of an uncultivable Borrelia species in the hard tick Amblyomma americanum: Possible agent of a Lyme disease-like illness.
leprae is uncultivable in vitro, the laboratory test for confirmation is based on growth of the bacilli in mouse footpad (MFP).
The reason that R2A provides more diverse colonies seems to be the low concentration of carbon and energy sources (Table 2) as mentioned in the previous study regarding cultivation of uncultivable bacteria (1).
This program has reached out to 7 villages and noteworthy achievement include converting fallow uncultivable land in cultivable land and also recharge the ground water level.