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ÍSLENSKA
dreifrækt
ENSKA
extentive agriculture
DANSKA
ekstensivt landbrug
SÆNSKA
extensivt jordbruk
FRANSKA
agriculture extensive
ÞÝSKA
extensive Bewirtschaftung
Svið
sjóðir og áætlanir
Dæmi
[is] væntanlegt
[en] Agri-forestry systems have a high ecological and social value by combining extensive agriculture and forestry systems, aimed at the production of high-quality wood and other forest products.
Skilgreining
[en] extensive farming or extensive agriculture (as opposed to intensive farming) is an agricultural production system that uses small inputs of labor, fertilizers, and capital, relative to the land area being farmed. Extensive farming most commonly refers to sheep and cattle farming in areas with low agricultural productivity, but can also refer to large-scale growing of wheat, barley, cooking oils and other grain crops in areas like the Murray-Darling Basin. Here, owing to the extreme age and poverty of the soils, yields per hectare are very low, but the flat terrain and very large farm sizes mean yields per unit of labour are high. Nomadic herding is an extreme example of extensive farming, where herders move their animals to use feed from occasional rainfalls (Wikipedia)
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ENSKA annar ritháttur
extensive farming