Hectare Sentence Examples
In August we harvest the peas hope to get about 5 tons per hectare.
Tarmac aggregate operate on a 5 hectare site dedicated to the import of marine dredged aggregate.
Site Description / Context The site is a 76 hectare former airfield which closed in 1957.
A retail center and fast food outlet for Spen Hill Developments on a 1.8 hectare brownfield site.
The main buildings on the site are a 1 hectare greenhouse for salad cress production and a 5 hectare greenhouse growing pot herbs.Advertisement
For London, dwelling density rose from 48 new dwellings per hectare in 1993 to 56 in 2000.
The cost per hectare of profits forgone agreements is £ 75, for positive agreements £ 25.
According to the United Nations Population Fund, 13 people share one cultivated hectare in Vietnam.
An EIA would be more likely where an area of the proposed works would exceed 1 hectare.
As of 1990, we were using approximately 1,000 liters (6.41 barrels) of oil to produce food off one hectare of land.Advertisement
The damage was serious in a 50 hectare citrus orchard in Antalya, with a disease incidence of nearly 100% .
In 1999, Roundup Ready soybean yields averaged 3,500 kg per hectare, up 120 percent from the average for conventional soybean yields averaged 3,500 kg per hectare, up 120 percent from the average for conventional soybeans.
A table given by Krabe, based on results obtained for 12 plantations amounting to 20 hectares (50 English acres) during 20 years showed the value of produce per Prussian acre (.2553 of an hectare) to be in the 1st year, £3, 6s.
The vineyards that provide the grapes for this wine face south and the yield is limited to a maximum of 50 quintals per hectare.
In 1999, Roundup Ready soybean yields averaged 3,500 kg per hectare, up 120 percent from the average for conventional soybeans.Advertisement
On average, farmers will sequester about 60 tons of carbon per hectare, resulting in $ 480 per hectare.
Net residential density is measured as the number of dwelling units per hectare of land developed specifically for housing and directly associated uses.
Average yields were 470 kilos of cotton per hectare.
Large holdings of at least 500 hectares (a hectare equals about 22 acres) are indispensable to the profitable pursuit of extensive agriculture.
With some vines as old as 70 years, they only produce about 18 hectolitres per hectare.Advertisement
There are also certain special units, such as the hectare, which is equal to a square hectometre, and the micron, which is i o l ?