Traducción de smallholding en Español:

smallholding

granja pequeña, n.

Pronunciación /ˈsmɔlhoʊldɪŋ//ˈsmɔːlhəʊldɪŋ/

nombre

Britanico

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    granja pequeña femenino
    parcela femenino
    chacra femenino Cono Sur Perú
    Política Economía minifundio masculino
    • Whereas the Médoc is made up of large, grand estates, St-Émilion's 400 or so smallholders are essentially farmers, albeit dedicated to a single crop.
    • But he also put in train measures to tackle the chronic shortage of smallholdings in the island by dividing up some of the large estates.
    • By the 1980s unemployment and poverty could no longer be externalized to the homelands, and remnant smallholding could no longer give a majority of African people either significant income or social support.
    • His ‘hands-on’ experience comes from running the family-owned estate which comprises 11 tenanted farms, ranging from 20-acre smallholdings up to 500 acres.
    • Wilson's clients were generally small businesses, shopkeepers, farms and smallholdings - not the sort of enterprises where the stakes were high enough to warrant such retribution.
    • The committee also recommended that physical security on farms and smallholdings, a suitable replacement for the commando system, proper policing and rural security also should be addressed.
    • In warm weather, one eats outside in an orange grove with views over rustic villas and smallholdings.
    • The book which arose from the author's series on TV that touches on living in the country, cookery, self-sufficiency, food gathering and smallholding.
    • Just north of Angera, along a road edged by smallholdings, vineyards and the occasional rustic villa, is the sleepy village of Ranco.
    • The left overs will be thrown to the masses who have smallholdings and are predominately Rail employees.
    • Such equine luxury did not reach down the scale to farms and smallholdings, whose buildings are familiar from George Morland's paintings.
    • In the 1950s and the 1960s, the traditional export economy was renewed by a very successful program of replanting rubber estates and smallholdings with more productive varieties of rubber trees.
    • Dispossession from small rural landholdings and the decline in the viability of many smallholdings in the 19th century led to widespread evictions.
    • Nafta is also said to have put 250,000 maize farmers in Mexico out of work, their smallholdings no match for the industrial farms of the American Midwest.
    • This community typifies agricultural production in the State of Mexico which, characterized by smallholdings, has traditionally been one of the main maizeproducing states.
    • These small wineries have a great deal to offer in terms of the effort, skill and personal commitment they have invested in their own smallholding.
    • This has made it the principal traditional family smallholding crop of choice.
    • In Byzantium, tenant smallholdings quickly became the most widespread mode of cultivation, with the decrease in the number of large estates and a near total eclipse of farming by the owners until the eleventh century.
    • He is likely to divert scarce foreign currency and cheap credits to loyal small businesses or co-operatives; he also has plans to distribute urban plots and rural smallholdings to the poor.
    • In Barbados, sugar cultivation hastened the rise of larger plantations and the decline in the number of smallholdings - and, of course, a growing proportion of the population was black and enslaved.
    • I wonder if many farms or smallholdings were lost in New Orleans or don't they have that sort of thing there?
    • Like much of northern Portugal, Bairrada is an area of agricultural smallholdings.
    • Nearly all of the smallholdings in Spiti are subsistence farms; hand to mouth to belly and out again.
    • She's going to interview us for a programme about smallholding to be broadcast on Saturday 27th August (you can also listen on line, live and after the event).
    • Some 20 years ago Midrand was an agricultural zone, with smallholdings and farmlands.
    • And when they farm - if they farm at all - they do so inefficiently, in smallholdings, largely at the mercy of nature.
    • Their parents fished along the Luapula river and cultivated seasonal crops on subsistence smallholdings, so purchasing expensive textbooks was out of the question.
    • Percy Chapman & Son was established in 1886 by Percy Chapman when he was 16, selling corn and seed to local smallholdings.
    • They are a nuisance to poultry farms and smallholdings.
    • Meanwhile, deer are eating all the trees, reinvigorated sparrowhawks are devouring all the songbirds and smallholdings are going out of business.
    • We've also decided to take something of a sabbatical from smallholding next year, to allow us to concentrate on other things.