Fallow

Land left unsown for a season, giving it a rest from cropping.

Fallow

Cropland left idle to restore productivity, primarily through accumulating water or nutrients or both. The soil is tilled for at least one growing season to destroy weeds, to encourage moisture storage, and to promote decomposition of plant residues.

fallow

describes lands that are plowed, then left unseeded for a season
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fallow

[adj] - left unplowed and unseeded during a growing season 2. [adj] - undeveloped but potentially useful 3. [n] - cultivated land that is not seeded for one or more growing seasons
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Fallow

• (a.) Pale red or pale yellow; as, a fallow deer or greyhound. • (n.) Left untilled or unsowed after plowing; uncultivated; as, fallow ground. • (n.) To plow, harrow, and break up, as land, without seeding, for the purpose of destroying weeds and insects, and rendering it mellow; as, it is profitable to fallow cold, strong, clayey l...
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fallow

adjective undeveloped but potentially useful; `a fallow gold market`
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Fallow

Fal'low adjective [ Anglo-Saxon fealu , fealo , pale yellow or red; akin to Dutch vaal fallow, faded, Old High German falo , German falb , fahl , Icelandic fölr , and probably to Lithuanian palvas , OSlav. plavŭ white, Latin ...
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Fallow

Fal'low noun [ So called from the fallow , or somewhat yellow, color of naked ground; or perhaps akin to English felly , noun , confer Middle High German valgen to plow up, Old High German felga felly, harrow.] 1. Plowed land. [ Obsolete] &#x...
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Fallow

Fal'low transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Fallowed ; present participle & verbal noun Fallowing .] [ From Fallow , noun ] To plow, harrow, and break up, as land, without seeding, for the purpose ...
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fallow

1. To plow, harrow, and break up, as land, without seeding, for the purpose of destroying weeds and insects, and rendering it mellow; as, it is profitable to fallow cold, strong, clayey land. ... 2. Pale red or pale yellow; as, a fallow deer or greyhound. ... 3. <zoology> Fallow chat, Fallow finch, a small European bird, the wheatear (Saxicol...
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fallow

Cropland left idle during the growing season.
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Fallow

Cultivated arable land that is not currently growing crops.
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Fallow

cultivated land that is allowed to lie idle for a growing season.
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Fallow

Cultivated land that is allowed to lie idle to accumulate moisture and restore nutrients.
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Fallow

Fallow is land left unsown for a period of time, usually a year in order that it may recover itself from an exhausted state. Strictly spealdng, fallow ground is left altogether without crops; but in agricultural usage strict fallow is not always adopted, and the term fallow is applied to various modes of treatment, of which at least three distinct ...
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fallow

Idle crop land. The most common reasons in modern agriculture are to conserve moisture for future use and for weed control. In extremely dry areas, for instance, wheat is grown every other year. Fields lie fallow.
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Fallow

Land left without a crop for one or more years. A very basic way to improve the soil fertility.
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fallow

Land ploughed and tilled, but left unsown for a season to allow it to recuperate. In Europe, it is associated with the medieval three-field system. It is used in some modern crop rotations and in countries that do not have access to fertilizers to maintain soil fertility
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fallow

left unplowed and unseeded during a growing season
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Fallow

left wihtout tilling or sowing after plowing
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fallow

Name for an agricultural area intended for rest. But this also means the corresponding period of time. A vineyard fallow is after the clear of a vineyard for at least one to three years necessary for the prosperity of new ones vines to ensure. Several years are required when the old vines due to by nematodes or virus caused illnesses or because of ...
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Fallow

Pale cream to light fawn color; pale yellow; yellow-red. Color definitions may vary by breed. Always check the breed standard for the definitive color description.
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Fallow

Pale cream to light fawn color; pale; pale yellow; yellow-red. Color definitions may vary by breed. Always check the breed standard for the definitive color description.
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fallow

Previously cultivated land kept free from crops or weeds during at least one growing season.
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fallow

undeveloped but potentially useful
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