cultivable

adjective
cul·ti·va·ble | \ ˈkəl-tə-və-bəl \

Definition of cultivable 

: capable of being cultivated cultivable land

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cultivability \ˌkəl-tə-və-ˈbi-lə-tē \ noun

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According to Sophie Sedgho, president of the association and a retired professor of natural sciences, each woman is entitled to seven boards with a cultivable surface of about 65 square feet. Hannifah Sawadogo, The Christian Science Monitor, "In rural West Africa, gardening offers women a way out of poverty," 14 June 2018 By 2016, 190,000 acres of cultivable land had been certified organic. Annie Gowen, Washington Post, "Pesticides helped bring modern farming to India. One tiny state is leading the charge to ban them.," 31 May 2018

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First Known Use of cultivable

1761, in the meaning defined above

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