Capable of undergoing cultivation: cultivable land. (adjective)
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Use "cultivable" in a sentence
"In this way the extent of Chaldaea has been at times largely increased, a vast tract being rendered cultivable, which is otherwise either swamp or desert."
"In his new incarnation as a gentleman farmer, Villa's property became a model farm with 4000 acres of cultivable land."
"Only a fifth of Ralegan Siddhi's land was cultivable when he was a child, Vijay Hazare said, but now almost all land has valuable crops grown on it."