extensification

extensification

(ɪkˌstɛnsɪfɪˈkeɪʃən)
n
(Agriculture) the spread of a technology across an area, esp in agriculture
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Budgetary Control Monday 9 December - Presentation by Mr TOBISSON, Member of the Court of Auditors, on ECA Special Report No 3/2002 on the Community Initiative Employment Integra, and ECA Special Report No 4/2002 on local actions for employment - Presentation by Mrs von WEDEL, Member of the Court of Auditors, on ECA Special Report No 5/2002 on extensification premium and payment schemes for beef and veal, and ECA Special Report No 6/2002 on the audit of the Commission's management of the EU oilseeds support scheme - Tuesday 10 December
In Southeast Asia, this intensification, the so-called Green Revolution, has in some specific areas, Java for example,(1) played an even more important role than land expansion or extensification.
Detailed design for the extensification a march grassland; Inclusion of a concept for visitor guidance.
In a modernist vein, Mintz (1985) argues that elite practices of consumption may, under the right economic conditions, become broadly infused into everyday culture through processes of "extensification" and "intensification." Extensification, according to Mintz, occurs when once scarce and expensive commodities become cheap enough that they extend to regular usage by common people.
But to bring them home would have meant extra costs in transport and, very importantly, taken us over our extensification stocking rate limit.
They include three cattle schemes payable by June 30: the Beef Special Premium Scheme, the Suckler Cow Premium Scheme and the Extensification Premium Scheme.
Latest figures show that despite the passing of a June 30 deadline, 61pcof Beef Special Premium balance payments are still owed, while 52pcof Suckler Cow advance subsidies and beef national envelope are still outstanding.Also, 75pcof Suckler Cow balance payments are overdue while the Assembly will not start making extensification payments until August.
"In practical terms - the spokesman said - nothing changes." The spokesman said that European consumers had so seen no action on the 'extensification' of agriculture and the widespread use of 'environmentally-friendly' methods advocated by the Commissioner.Commissioner Fischler also spoke of "conflicting objectives" and "a lack of political will to accept short-term losses in order to achieve long-term gains" in the Common Fisheries Policy.
Detailed design of the extension and modification of a Tidebiotops with shallow water and reeds zone; Implementation planning for the extensification of grassland march; Inclusion of a concept for visitor management.
But to bring them home would have meant extra costs and taken us over our extensification stocking rate limit.
No extensification payments had been made up to June 10.
The farm, which is all classified as less-favoured and in a severely disadvantaged area, has quota for 870 ewes and 81 suckler cows, but Mr Williams has reduced the ewes to 670 to qualify for new extensification scheme payments.