pastural

pastural

(ˈpɑːstjʊrəl)
adj
(Agriculture) of or relating to pasture
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Belgacem, also a rangeland scientist, pointed the finger at socio-economic changes in the region, where pastural communities sustainably managed natural resources for centuries.
(2004): arable a, arable b, arable c, pastural a, pastural b, marginal upland, and upland.
Belford is an ancient village situated in North Northumberland surrounded by rich pastural farmland with easy access to the stunning Northumberland Coast.
est h gl mano building "The manor house, farm buildings and pastural land are available separately or collectively and we expect strong interest in this unique property."
(3.) Barrat FJ, Auloge L, Pastural E, Lagelouse RD, Vilmer E, Cant AJ, et al.
Pastural et al., "Acute renal allograft rejections with major interstitial oedema and plasma cell-rich infiltrates: High y-interferon expression and poor clinical outcome," Nephrology Dialysis Transplantation, vol.
6 (SUNA)- Vice - President of the Republic, Hassabo Mohamed Abdul-Rahman, gas called for formation of livestock and camel herdsmen councils and establishment of pastural farms to benefit from the support being provided by the Fund for Livestock and Agricultural Development as well as giving concern to expanding fodder cultivation.
That, in turn, will lead to overall pastural decline and fatigue, as gravity weighs you down," he warns.
In the midst of all this, you have tossed and turned a million times, and more tragically, the idyllic pastural settings you painstakingly created in your mind's eye keep getting replaced by that nightmare of a worksheet from the previous day in office.
There may be increased confusion and drowsiness, constipation, urinary retention, dry mouth and pastural hypotension.
A reduction in mechanical alterations to the land, such as harvesting, ploughing and grazing would increase spider diversity in agricultural and pastural ecosystems.