cornland


Also found in: Wikipedia.

cornland

(ˈkɔːnˌlænd)
n
(Agriculture) the type of land that is suitable for growing corn or grain
References in classic literature ?
Also there was a wide cornland and some men were reaping with sharp hooks the stalks which bended with the weight of the cars -- as if they were reaping Demeter's grain: others were binding the sheaves with bands and were spreading the threshing floor.
El analisis de los costos de produccion y las cuotas en el mercado azucarero internacional de acuerdo con la International Sugar Organization (ISO 2005), Bandaranaike (2005), Avram (2005), Banerjee (2004), Cornland (2001) y Figueroa (1998) se baso en el analisis comparativo, que permite explorar a priori las complejidades tecnicas asociadas con la competitividad en los negocios internacionales de acuerdo con Fry (1998).
dedicated aerobatics, David sees "quails on the cornland .
1996; Bystrom y Lonnstedt, 1997; Jaccard y Roop, 1990; Lehtila y Pirila, 1996; Nystrom y Cornland, 2003), la petroquimica (Calloway y Thompson, 1976; Cervantes et al.
Stewart NE, Beauchamp EG, Corke CT, Webber LR (1975) Nitrate nitrogen distribution in cornland following applications of digested sewage sludge.
cornland now earmarked to produce a billion gallons of the automotive fuel ethanol annually.
cornland that was set aside in 1995 will expand the world grain harvest by 16,000,000 tons.
cornland and 12 percent of the grainland in Europe.
Mangham, a software development student from Cornlands Road, York, had previously shown the search engine Yahoo how it could improve its security and said he wanted to do the same for Facebook.
The traveler from the coast, who, after plodding northward for a score of miles over calcareous downs and cornlands, suddenly reaches the verge of one of these escarpments, is surprised and delighted to behold, extended like a map beneath him, a country differing absolutely from that which he has passed through.