unplanted


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unplanted

(ʌnˈplɑːntɪd)
adj
1. (Botany) (of a plant) not set into the ground
2. (Physical Geography) (of ground) having no plants
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Adj.1.unplanted - not plantedunplanted - not planted        
planted - set in the soil for growth
References in classic literature ?
But after I had considered it a while, I asked him seriously if he was in earnest, and that he would venture, on the single consideration of an attempt to convert those poor people, to be locked up in an unplanted island for perhaps his life, and at last might not know whether he should be able to do them good or not?
Depending on location, planted vineyard land averages $ 100,000 an acre, unplanted land $50,000.
Only 70 percent of landholdings or estates may be planted; the unplanted land has been set aside as a nature preserve.
Q I STILL have some bulbs left unplanted because of the very wet weather.
MWD paid the irrigators $3,064 for each hectare left unplanted and, in return, received a total of 228,000,000 cubic meters of water--the equivalent of about 10% of MWD's yearly deliveries.
To that I would add, fields unplanted, some still burning.
Based on the amount of unplanted land permitted for citrus by the South Florida Water Management District, land devoted to this crop may approach 81,000 ha (200,000 ac) by the year 2000.
The mountain slopes, deforested for charcoal, are now eroded and mostly unplanted.
Responses to unplanted questions from the floor should be more revealing.
Some of the ground is impossibly rocky or steep and will be left unplanted.
Ryan Jacobsen, executive director of the Fresno County Farm Bureau, estimated that 25 percent of the county's irrigated land will go unplanted this year.