Meaning of cultivatable in English:



See cultivate

‘African countries have much cultivatable land and considerable water resources.’
  • ‘Despite the stark imagery from the famines of the 1980s, it is well endowed with large areas of cultivatable land as well as mountain ranges, swamps and rain forests.’
  • ‘China's per capita water resources are one-fourth of the amount of the world average, and its per capita area of cultivatable farmland is 40 percent of the world average.’
  • ‘To date, the major focus has been on the identification of cultivatable microorganisms that are transported along with other organic and inorganic constituents of transoceanic dust clouds.’
  • ‘These offerings ranged from durable wealth, such as precious metals, to permanent sources of revenue such as cultivatable land.’