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Upon the maintenance, unimpaired in quantity and quality, of the tillable area of the country its whole future is conditioned.
For this purpose zones of tillable land are set apart in the districts named.
They take away from the area of tillable soil, and add it to waste and unprofitable districts.
Westward the same conditions are manifest, and the limited area of tillable land shows a yearly increasing number of fruit trees.
The houses are tidied and neat; the soil, every tillable inch of it, is in a state of intensive and painstaking cultivation.
The valleys of the streams are principally of a rich loam, rather subject to inundations, but mostly tillable.
There is a considerable amount of tillable land 280among them, which is principally devoted to the growing of oats and wheat.
THE LAND OF THE KANGAROOTHOMAS WALLACE KNOX
On the western end there was no tillable land beyond the patches of the Water clan.
THE DELIGHT MAKERSADOLF BANDELIER
It had flooded the fields, destroying crops and spreading masses of rocky débris over the tillable soil.
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About one-half of the land I am told is good tillable land, the other half too sandy for anything but pasture lands.
TO AND THROUGH NEBRASKAFRANCES I. SIMS FULTON

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