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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"As many tribal colonies are located in hilly areas, floods and landslides have destroyed their habitations and rendered their lands uncultivable due to deposition of a slit,' Gandhi said.
What was once uncultivable, arid wasteland could now draw water from the rivers.
The use of next-generation sequencing tools to study the metagenome of bivalves' native or pathogenic bacteria appears also as an interesting option, with the possibility to detect cultivable, co-cultivable and uncultivable strains (King et al., 2012; Trabal et al., 2012; Wegner et al., 2013; Wendling et al., 2014), in particular by characterizing bivalves' microbial composition following experimental infection with Vibrio sp.
Identification of an uncultivable Borrelia species in the hard tick Amblyomma americanum: possible agent of a Lyme disease-like illness.
Under the project, at least 7,66,000 cultivable and 25,000 uncultivable land would be brought under cultivation directly while one lakh unproductive land would be leveled for purpose of cultivation of different types of crops and vegetables.
The counsel for the OGDCL, Kashif Ali Malik, informed the court that the Bugtis had entered into an agreement to lease out 3,300 acres cultivable and 1,000 acres uncultivable land for a period from Jan 1, 2003 to Dec 31, 2005 and the agreement was revived at different points of time.
Fertile land has been rendered uncultivable. Rivers and streams in the affected areas have turned acidic.
Besides, over 50 per cent area has become uncultivable due to the shortage of water.
'Agriculture is the backbone of the country and the drying up of water sources will eventually affect the agriculture system and it will have greater impact on country's food security and sufficiency,' he said, adding, 'When the land becomes uncultivable due to scarcity of water, people living in rural areas will be forced to migrate towards urban areas whereby it will led to ruralurban migration.' He said drying up of water sources will have bigger and numerous impacts unless there are specific interventions.
The area is currently uncultivable owing to acute water scarcity.
But the entire land is uncultivable and totally unproductive.