Definition of cropland
: land that is suited to or used for crops
Recent Examples of cropland from the Web
Spring and summer rainfall plays a key role in bloom formation by washing fertilizers from croplands into streams and rivers that flow into the lake.
Forests comprised of a single tree species actually support fewer species of birds and bees than cropland, the very land targeted for restoration.
Byron-Bethany Irrigation District in the southern Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta supplies water to nearly 30,000 acres of cropland, according to its website.
There are 20.65 acres of excellent cropland for lease.
One tract is located in western Osage county and this property contains some of the best cropland around with 76.45 tillable acres .
This property also has 15.32 acres of cropland in the NW corner.
The Nile is fringed predominantly by cropland, and while a lot of it is watered only by rainfall, the most productive portions are irrigated.
Boulder County has 25,000 acres of open space dedicated to agriculture and ranching, with 16,000 acres in cropland.
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Definition of cropland for English Language Learners
: land on which crops are grown
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