Translation of hectare in Spanish:


hectárea, n.

Pronunciation /ˈhɛkˌtɛr//ˈhɛktɛː//ˈhɛktɑː/


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    hectárea feminine
    • France had a six-bedroom farmhouse on a hectare of land with stables and a separate artist's studio.
    • Farmers claim the moths are causing yield losses of up to one tonne a hectare.
    • The agency also reported that wheat and corn seeds on about 16,230 hectares of farmland had rotted.
    • Some even choose to keep a handful of specialist livestock on a few hectares of land and either sell or lease the rest to full-time farmers.
    • Early crops are showing excellent quality with yields in most regions around one tonne a hectare higher than last year.
    • For that purpose, it is necessary to calculate the capital cost of irrigating an acre or hectare of land under a particular crop.
    • Over the last five years, about 2,600 square hectares of green land have been built around the city.
    • With 22,000 hectares of farmland at stake, clearly the issue has come to a flashpoint.
    • Sixty per cent of the wine is made from 400 hectares of vineyards owned by the company.
    • One of the exemptions, called the minimal clearing rule, allows farmers to clear two hectares a year.
    • They saw grasses close to six feet in height with the equivalent of five tonnes of dry matter to the hectare.
    • Each person has about one hectare and each hectare can produce about 400 kilograms.
    • The property has 214 square metres of living space and lies on seven hectares of land.
    • The area of the temple shrank greatly, from over 6.66 hectares to the less than half a hectare occupied today.
    • The department was responsible for the distribution of only 15000 hectares of farm land.
    • Even those with plantations smaller than 10 hectares should have their own fire plan in place.
    • If we look at the Napier airport, we see that hectares and hectares of land were created by the sea retreating.
    • In the medium term, we only want to support those farmers who do not keep more than two livestock units per hectare.
    • Rubber is currently grown on 7-8 million hectares of plantations in the humid tropics.
    • But, he says, where winter wheat is being harvested, it's half to one ton a hectare down.