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Esimerkkejä "arable"-ilmaisun käytöstä suomeksi
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EnglishOnly 3% of arable land in the EU is used in the production of protein crops.
EnglishMore efforts should be made by the Commission to find new markets for arable products.
EnglishThe hinterland is rural, arable farmland and pasture, without many SMEs.
EnglishThe reduction in the requirements for arable crops is principally due to oilseeds.
EnglishI am also interested to see how much untilled arable land there still is in Europe.
EnglishI have already mentioned that we have brought forward significant payments in the arable crops sector.
EnglishThirdly, and conversely, funds for direct payments in the arable crops sector will be cut in 2003.
EnglishFarmers, both arable and livestock, are now 'anonymous' persons for consumers.
EnglishThere are more than 14 million of them, working more than 10% of the world's arable land.
EnglishWe believe that sugar should, in the first place, be treated as any other arable product.
EnglishArable crops represented 43% of agricultural expenditure but only 10.7% of final production.
EnglishFor example, 80% of the land mass of my nation, Wales, is non-arable.
EnglishWe simply do not have enough arable land to grow sufficient quantities of conventional energy crops.
EnglishI now turn to the first proposal on including flax and hemp grown for fibre in the arable crops regulation.
EnglishThe COM in arable crops provides the greatest argument for the need to reform the CAP.
EnglishFor example, it is important in paragraph 29 for us to insist on the concept of ownership in connection with arable land.
EnglishAs much as 40% of arable land is now in very poor condition.
EnglishThe agriculturalists in my parliamentary party are demanding clear differentiation between arable and animal production.
EnglishFirst, no reduction on arable farming supplements.
EnglishThey will take into consideration the specific geographical conditions and arable farming systems of the given country.