13 examples of Acreage in a sentence
And we took the bus from Decatur all the way to Buckhead, where the Governor's Mansion sat on this really beautiful
of land, with these long black gates that ran the length of the property.
It's hard to tell because his emotional response is so passive by this time that you wonder if if he is even hearing the good Dr. at all or thinking about some
that he needs to plow.
As major brands like Coke and Pepsi aggressively market stevia-sweetened cola drinks as natural and healthy, the agricultural
of the plant has exploded.
According to the most recent report, between 2000 and 2005, we lost forest
equivalent to the land mass of Panama -- more than 77 thousand square kilometers of forest gone, some of it never to return.
This means that we can preserve
for watersheds, parks, or other environmental or historical sites, but allow property owners to sell and transfer their building rights elsewhere.
used for poppy and marijuana production has risen, according to the US government, to 6,900 and 8,900 hectares, respectively.
The new owners will then start to pump oil again from the same acreage, provided prices are above the marginal cost of production, which will now exclude any interest payments on loans that are written off.
Seventeen of the 45 blocks are being reserved for unknown companies that will be given a first right of refusal on
in exchange for promises to invest heavily in projects not directly related to oil production, such as new power plants and refineries.
Moreover, growing urbanization and other non-agricultural uses of land have reduced
available for food production, while agricultural land is increasingly used to produce commodities other than food, such as bio-fuels.
Critics argue that increasing the productivity of smallholder farms could backfire, especially if it encouraged poor farmers to expand their
in the hope of increasing profits.
Prices for cotton were so low last year that Madi cut his
As a result, Asia, which accounts for 72% of the world’s total irrigated acreage, now faces a dilemma: It must grow enough food to meet rising demand, while reducing the amount of water that goes toward irrigation.
Admittedly, this kind of indicator is harder to measure than are more standard benchmarks such as protected