Permanent crop

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A permanent crop is one produced from plants which last for many seasons, rather than being replanted after each harvest.wikipedia
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Arable land

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Traditionally, "arable land" included any land suitable for the growing of crops, even if it was actually being used for the production of permanent crops such as grapes or peaches.

Agricultural land

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Modern agriculture—particularly organizations such as the CIA and FAO—prefer the term of art permanent cropland to describe such "cultivable land" that is not being used for annually-harvested crops such as staple grains. In such usage, permanent cropland is a form of "agricultural land" that includes grasslands and shrublands used to grow grape vines or coffee; orchards used to grow fruit or olives; and forested plantations used to grow nuts or rubber.

Plant

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A permanent crop is one produced from plants which last for many seasons, rather than being replanted after each harvest.

Season

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A permanent crop is one produced from plants which last for many seasons, rather than being replanted after each harvest.

Harvest

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A permanent crop is one produced from plants which last for many seasons, rather than being replanted after each harvest.

Vineyard

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Traditionally, "arable land" included any land suitable for the growing of crops, even if it was actually being used for the production of permanent crops such as grapes or peaches.

Agriculture

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Modern agriculture—particularly organizations such as the CIA and FAO—prefer the term of art permanent cropland to describe such "cultivable land" that is not being used for annually-harvested crops such as staple grains.

Central Intelligence Agency

CIAC.I.A.Central Intelligence Agency (CIA)
Modern agriculture—particularly organizations such as the CIA and FAO—prefer the term of art permanent cropland to describe such "cultivable land" that is not being used for annually-harvested crops such as staple grains.

Food and Agriculture Organization

FAOFood and Agriculture Organization of the United NationsUnited Nations Food and Agriculture Organization
Modern agriculture—particularly organizations such as the CIA and FAO—prefer the term of art permanent cropland to describe such "cultivable land" that is not being used for annually-harvested crops such as staple grains.

Jargon

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Modern agriculture—particularly organizations such as the CIA and FAO—prefer the term of art permanent cropland to describe such "cultivable land" that is not being used for annually-harvested crops such as staple grains.

Staple food

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Modern agriculture—particularly organizations such as the CIA and FAO—prefer the term of art permanent cropland to describe such "cultivable land" that is not being used for annually-harvested crops such as staple grains.

Grassland

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In such usage, permanent cropland is a form of "agricultural land" that includes grasslands and shrublands used to grow grape vines or coffee; orchards used to grow fruit or olives; and forested plantations used to grow nuts or rubber.

Shrubland

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In such usage, permanent cropland is a form of "agricultural land" that includes grasslands and shrublands used to grow grape vines or coffee; orchards used to grow fruit or olives; and forested plantations used to grow nuts or rubber.

Orchard

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Traditionally, "arable land" included any land suitable for the growing of crops, even if it was actually being used for the production of permanent crops such as grapes or peaches. In such usage, permanent cropland is a form of "agricultural land" that includes grasslands and shrublands used to grow grape vines or coffee; orchards used to grow fruit or olives; and forested plantations used to grow nuts or rubber.

Olive

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In such usage, permanent cropland is a form of "agricultural land" that includes grasslands and shrublands used to grow grape vines or coffee; orchards used to grow fruit or olives; and forested plantations used to grow nuts or rubber.

Plantation

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In such usage, permanent cropland is a form of "agricultural land" that includes grasslands and shrublands used to grow grape vines or coffee; orchards used to grow fruit or olives; and forested plantations used to grow nuts or rubber.

Tree farm

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It does not include, however, tree farms intended to be used for wood or timber.

Wood

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It does not include, however, tree farms intended to be used for wood or timber.

Lumber

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It does not include, however, tree farms intended to be used for wood or timber.

Land use statistics by country

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Countries are sorted by their total cultivated land area which is a sum of total arable land area and total area of permanent crops.

International rankings of Iran

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Agriculture in Spain

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In the 1980s, about 5 million hectares were devoted to permanent crops: orchards, olive groves, and vineyards.

Slavonia

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Agriculture is a significant component of its economy: Slavonia contains 45% of Croatia's agricultural land and accounts for a significant proportion of Croatia's livestock farming and production of permanent crops.