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Difference between Agricultural Land & Arable Land (in Hindi)
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Difference between agricultural land and arable land.

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sir where are rest of the topic
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  6. Difference between Agriculture Land & Arable Land Agricultural land is typically land devoted to agriculture, the systematic and controlled use of other forms of life particularly the rearing of livestock and production of crops to roduce food for humans It is thus generally synonymous with both farmland or cropland, as well as pasture or rangeland We need to know some of them 1. Arable land (cropland): here redefined to refer to land producing crops requiring annual replanting or fallow land or pasture used for such crops within any five-year period 2. Permanent cropland: land producing crops which do not require annual replanting 3. Permanent pastures: natural or artificial grasslands and shrublands able to be used for grazing livestock

  7. Difference between Agriculture Land & Arable Land Arable land is land capable of being ploughed and used to grow crops. According to FAOSTAT: "Arable land is the land under temporary agricultural crops (multiple-cropped areas are counted only once), temporary meadows for mowing or pasture, land under market and kitchen gardens and land temporarily fallow (less than five years). The abandoned land resulting from shifting cultivation is not included in this category. Data for 'Arable land' are not meant to indicate the amount of land that is potentially cultivable." Other non-arable land includes land that is not suitable for any agricultural use,

  8. World 15,749,300 Land km2 %Of World Rank Country 1 United States 2 India 3 China 4 Russia 5 Brazil 6 Australia 7 Canada 8 Ukraine 9 Nigeria 10 Argentina 11 Mexico 12 Turkey 13 Kazakhstan 14 France 15 Indonesia 16 Iran 17 Pakistan 18 South Africa 19 Niger 20 Thailand 1,650,062 1,451,810 1,385,905 1,174,284 586,036 468,503 415,573 324,791 300,736 274,490 243,457 229,764 221,059 214,162 201,4566 195,600 190,319 147,609 144,784 140,941 1 0.48% 9.22% 8.80% 7.46% 372% 2ST% 2.64% 2.06% 1.91% 1.74% 1.55% 1.46% 1.40% 1.36% 1.28% 1.24% 1.21% 0.94% 0.92% 0.89%

  9. Land that is not arable, in the sense of lacking capability or suitability for cultivation for crop production, has one or more limitations e.g. Lack of sufficient fresh water for irrigation, stoniness, steepness, adverse climate, excessive wetness with impracticality of drainage, excessive salts, among others. Decreasing Area Each year, arable land is lost due to desertification and human-induced erosion Improper irrigation of farm land can wick the sodium, calcium, and magnesium from the soil and water to the surface. This process steadily concentrates salt in the root zone, decreasing productivity for crops that are not salt- tolerant.