Q. 2

How do you measure total cultivable land?

Answer :

Total cultivable land represents the entire land which is capable of being cultivated either in the present condition or post reclaiming it via accessible technologies. It is computed as the summation of total culturable wasteland, all fallow lands other than the current fallow, net sown region, and current fallow. It is, thus, the estimation of the complete stock of agricultural land resources.


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