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  • s  (of farmland) capable of being farmed productively

  • In the next six years, Victoria fell into neglect, 15% of the cultivatable land was not used, farmers spent more time on their tiny home plots, and debts accumulated.
  • Agriculturally, Australia is in fact a string of cultivatable oases spotted along a huge crescent running from Rockhampton on the northeast coast to Perth in the southwest.
  • This would be spent to 1) build a new, $300,000,000 hydroelectric irrigation dam that would nearly double Egypt's cultivatable area and multiply its electrical output; 2 .

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