(1) These planters devoted all of their arable land to the production of export staples.(2) Primarily they enrich the soil by rotating it into perennial grass and alfalfa pasture, grazing cattle on the fields for up to six or eight years before returning the land to arable production.(3) In the cereal sector, the calendar has once again turned to harvest where arable farmers pit their skills against mother nature to combine the driest and highest quality grain.(4) These were of relatively good quality and well suited to arable cultivation, but suited also to pastoral husbandry.(5) Just before the late summer sunburst farmers were in desperate straits because so little of their arable crop had been harvested, and huge losses were expected.(6) Low-intensity agricultural system based on fishing and fowling was replaced by a high-intensity system based on arable crops.(7) After all, of the 42 million hectares of potentially arable land in Zambia, only about three-million is under cultivation.(8) Compensation now available to be claimed by the Government is estimated at Ôö¼├║202m; this covers livestock, dairy and arable farmers.(9) First, he suspected that the wheat - the last crop in his arable rotation - wasn't getting enough residual fertility.(10) The Chase itself is a rolling chalkland landscape, with sheep scattering the uplands and mainly arable farming taking place in the valleys.(11) The arable division of Federated Farmers had expressed support for the idea, and the Government was considering what to do about that growing pressure.(12) Some cyanobacteria do not require fresh water, nitrate - based fertilizer, or even arable land to grow and flourish.(13) Over the rolling, variegated hills, where virulent yellow rape seed mingles with brown arable land and verdant fruit farms, a grey, murky pallor is cast.(14) The innovative Tellus teaching pack narrates the adventures of four young Europeans as they explore arable farming, fruit and vegetables, livestock farming, fishing and forestry.(15) The farming operation at Baydon Farm was primarily arable , whilst that at Park Farm was primarily a dairy unit.(16) The economy of the country was based on rearing cattle and, increasingly, sheep, and gradually extending (from waste or forest) the acreage under arable crops.