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An area of land, typically when used for agricultural purposes, but not necessarily measured in acres.‘a 35 per cent increase in net acreage’count noun ‘a modest acreage’
dimensions, measurements, proportions, magnitude, largeness, bigness, bulk, area, expanse, square footage, footageView synonyms
- ‘The cooperative has grown and thrives despite diminishing farm acreage across the country.’
- ‘Because the ground is so dry, he can sow only half of his acreage each year.’
- ‘Our mentor in organic farming has a large small grain acreage, with some of the fields having small rocks.’
- ‘Tennessee had the largest total acreage of farm land and crop land, and North Carolina had the least.’
- ‘The numerous options may include a flat fee and/or a fee based on participating acreage.’
- ‘To stay competitive growers must introduce new hybrids to their acreage on a regular basis.’
- ‘Now when a grower calls in an order, the data disk shows exact field locations and acreage.’
- ‘The payments are guaranteed provided they rent land of the same acreage and ensure its upkeep.’
- ‘Further, the co-op would increase acreage and invest in plants for the long term.’
- ‘Pembrokeshire's arable acreage had increased on the back of buoyant prices last summer.’
- ‘When our planted acreage had increased to about 7 acres we began looking for our own farm.’
- ‘In a brief time, large agricultural acreage can be subdivided into tracts of suburban housing.’
- ‘Ninety-two percent of this acreage is now in the twelve western states, except Hawaii.’
- ‘Develop a simple field map with acreage, crop, and any irrigation restrictions.’
- ‘Using insecticides to kill these bugs is about the only solution for any sizable acreage.’
- ‘She wishes to have certainty as to the price to be paid and does not wish the price to be geared to a measurement of acreage.’
- ‘Eastern thornless blackberries have increased in price and acreage in Ohio in recent years.’
- ‘It paid farmers to take acreage out of cultivation and to reduce livestock herds.’
- ‘In a nation where a wealthy handful own half the farm acreage, land reform has been a major fuse for national turmoil.’
- ‘This might include some form of direct subsidy, tied to acreage or land quality.’
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