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define arable famaing

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  1. Arable farming is a type of farming that involves the cultivation of crops on land that is suitable for farming. The term “arable” refers to land that is capable of producing crops, typically through the use of plowing, planting, and harvesting. Arable farming is a major form of agriculture around the world and is important for the production of a wide range of crops, including wheat, maize, rice, soybeans, and cotton.

    Arable farming typically involves the use of mechanized equipment, such as tractors, plows, and harvesters, to prepare the land and plant and harvest crops. It also involves the use of fertilizers, pesticides, and other inputs to maximize crop yields and protect crops from pests and diseases.

    Arable farming can be done using different methods, including conventional farming and sustainable farming practices. Sustainable arable farming practices aim to minimize the negative impact of farming on the environment and to promote the long-term health of the soil. This may involve using organic fertilizers, crop rotation, and conservation tillage techniques to improve soil health and reduce erosion and nutrient depletion.

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