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Cuba - Fallow land

1,362 (thousand hectares) in 2014

Cuba fallow land was at level of 1,362 thousand hectares in 2014, down from 1,456 thousand hectares previous year, this is a change of 6.46 %.

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What is fallow land?

Fallow land (temporary) is the cultivated land that is not seeded for one or more growing seasons. The maximum idle period is usually less than five years. Land remaining fallow for two long may acquire characteristics requiring to be reclassified, such as "permanent meadows and pastures" (if used for grazing), "forest or wooded land" (if overgrown with trees), or "other land" (if it becomes wasteland).

What is Cuba fallow land?

Date Value Change, %
2014 1,362 -6.46 %
2013 1,456 6.67 %
2012 1,365 18.61 %
2011 1,151 -1.75 %
2010 1,172 -1.72 %
2009 1,192 -1.73 %
2008 1,213 -1.62 %
2007 1,233 5.03 %
2006 1,174 6.15 %
2005 1,106 4.73 %
2004 1,056 6.77 %
2003 989