Left untilled or unsowed after plowing; uncultivated; as, fallow ground.
Land that has lain a year or more untilled or unseeded; land plowed without being sowed for the season.
The plowing or tilling of land, without sowing it for a season; as, summer fallow, properly conducted, has ever been found a sure method of destroying weeds.
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.
a phase when land is not being actively cropped
Land that is ordinarily used for crops but allowed to lie idle between crops.
cultivated land kept free from a crop or weeds during the normal growing season
Cropland left idle in order to restore productivity, mainly through accumulation of water, nutrients, or both. Summer fallow is a common stage before cereal grain in regions of limited rainfall. Bush or forest fallow is a rest period under woody vegetation between crops.
A system in which land is left without a crop for an extended period to accumulate moisture and restore nutrients.
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.
(1) Land tilled and prepared for planting, but not planted. A method of soil conservation. (2) Land left idle which would ordinarily be planted.
left without tilling or sowing after plowing
Agricultural land that is plowed or tilled but left unseeded during a growing season. Fallowing is usually done to conserve moisture.
cultivated land that is not seeded for one or more growing seasons
left unplowed and unseeded during a growing season; "fallow farmland"
The period during which land is left to recover its productivity after cropping, mainly through accumulation of water and nutrients, attrition of pathogens, or a combination of these factors.
Cropland, either tilled or untilled, allowed to lie idle, during the whole or the greater part of the growing season.
that part of the arable land of a manor that was left untilled every second or third year.
land left unseeded after plowing; uncultivated
farmed land which is left for a period without being sown.
Land left without a crop for one or more years. A very basic way to improve the soil fertility.
Plowed and tilled but left unseeded during a growing season.
Resting land from deliberate cropping, not necessarily without cultivation or grazing, but without sowing
Land that is intentionally not planted with a cash crop to allow the field to rejuvenate. However a fallow field may be seeded with plants that provide a natural source of soil nutrients (see Green Manure).
A farming system in which land is left without a crop or weed growth (by ploughing or chemical spray) for extended periods to accumulate soil moisture.
Cropland left idle during the growing season.
left wihtout tilling or sowing after plowing
Referring to a field that has been left untilled or unsown after plowing.
Crop land left idle in order to restore productivity and_or control of weeds. Summerfallow or bare Fallow is used in cereal production in many areas of low rainfall. Plant growth is kept to a minimum so that moisture and nutrients will accumalate for the sunsequent crop.
Cropland left idle in order to restore productivity through accumulation of moisture. Summer fallow is common in regions of limited rainfall where cereal grains are grown. The soil is tilled for at least one growing season for weed control and decomposition of plant residue.
Previously cultivated land kept free from crops or weeds during at least one growing season. ()
Fallow land is land that has been left plowed but not planted for one season. This helps the soil recover its fertility.