Cultivable Land is Defined as

  1. Land actually under crops
  2. Cultivable waste land + fallow land
  3. Old fallow lands + current fallow lands
  4. Total fallow lands + net sown area
Manish Listener Asked on 16th October 2015 in Agriculture.
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Land Actually under Crops

Cultivable Land is defined as land actually under crops.

  • Fallow Lands other than Current Fallow: This includes all land which was taken up for cultivation but is temporarily out of cultivation for a period of not less than one year and not more than five years.
  • Current Fallows: This represents cropped area which is kept fallow during the current year.
  • Net Area Sown: This represents the total area sown with crops and orchards. Area sown more than once in the same year is counted only once.
Monis Rasool Professor Answered on 20th October 2015.
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