Marginal land is land that is of little agricultural value because crops produced
from the area would be worth less than any rent paid for access to the area.
Although the term marginal is often use...
Arid and generally unhospitable land. Marginal land usually has little or no
potential for profit, and often has poor soil or other undesirable characteristics.
Jun 6, 2013 ... define Marginal Land? 1. Agricultural Land scarcity. 2. Food supply limitations
and increasing food prices. 3. EC interest in energy crop ...
marginal land. Land with little immediate usefulness because of problems with
access, water control,topography,environmental restrictions,or other such factors.
Marginal definition, pertaining to a margin. ... marginal subsistence; marginal
ability. 4. .... designating agricultural land on the margin of cultivated zones. 7.
Apr 1, 2013 ... Marginal land is defined as arid and generally inhospitable land that usually has
little or no potential for profit, and often has poor soil or other ...
Definition: Marginal land is land of poor quality with regard to agricultural use,
and unsuitable for housing and other uses.
Using marginal land for biomass production has been suggested as a solution.
However, the definition of what constitutes marginal land is poorly understood.
Apr 15, 2013 ... marginal land concept, assessment and management are limited and diverse. ...
Hollander (1895) defined marginal lands as the poorest lands ...
marginal definition: The definition of marginal is something situated on the
margin, ... a marginal business; designating land unlikely to produce crops