Traducción de mixed farming en Español:

mixed farming

agricultura mixta, n.

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    agricultura mixta femenino
    • Initially he planted crops, but then he changed to mixed farming and finally to dairying.
    • The wet unimproved land and lower input produced by traditional mixed farming systems in the North York Moors are perfect for waders.
    • It comes from small production units of mixed farming systems where traditional practices are handed down the generations.
    • A narrow coastal plain of low relief and clay soils, historically the area of densest rural settlement and mixed farming production, extends between the Russian and Swedish borders.
    • A similar attitude was reflected in the advice often given by town business leaders and boards of trade to farmers that they should practise mixed farming instead of wheat monoculture.
    • The farmers employ horticulture, mixed farming, dairying, tillage and poultry in six counties.
    • With no suitable animals to domesticate, apart from the llama and the guinea pig, and no draught animals to pull the plough, the development of more mixed farming was gradual.
    • Estates with relatively more grazing were more efficient than estates with relatively more arable or mixed farming.
    • Its mixed farming and consumer audience ensures that producers and consumers have a better understanding of each others needs.
    • The inhabitants practised mixed farming, raising cattle and pigs and cultivating wheat and barley.
    • Large areas of forestry had been cleared from the Mesolithic onward and mixed farming formed an established agriculture system across the whole of Britain.
    • For the arable farmer, manure was the crucial problem, and one of the major advantages of the various mixed farming systems which existed was the provision of animal manure.
    • The traditional farming style has been one of mixed farming and dry stock with a strong emphasis on preservation of the natural rural environment and prevention of pollution.
    • These farmers, who to survive must rely more on subsistence crops and mixed farming than do their more commercial neighbors, involve all family members in a variety of economic strategies.
    • Pembrokeshire's mild climate, mixed farming practices and long growing season mean that there is a wide variety of local produce on sale.
    • It was not so much the price-support system in itself that was irrational, but the level at which prices were set in a context of mixed farming sizes.
    • And it made mixed farming possible in a country impossible to fence.
    • How would vegetarians set about dismantling the mixed farming system?
    • In mixed farming systems, bananas are used as a shade plant for cocoa, coffee, black pepper and nutmeg, and in many countries the plant itself is used as an ornamental.
    • New England settlers practiced mixed farming and had greater ties to the market, and tended to play a very important role in local towns.