cropland

[krop-land]
noun
land suitable for or used for the cultivation of crops.

Origin:
1840–50; crop + land

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One is the need to balance cropland for fuel with cropland for food.
The old there isn't enough cropland to replace oil is a canard as one doesn't
  have to replace all oil with any one fuel.
Farmers gain from adding more than the sustainable amount of nitrogen
  fertilizer to their cropland.
But in others, the owners felt genuinely aggrieved, sorry to lose fertile
  cropland that yielded as many as three harvests a year.
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