acre-yield

acre-yield

[′ā·kər ¦yēld]
(geology)
The average amount of oil, gas, or water taken from one acre of a reservoir.
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He said to achieve maximum per acre-yield, Pakistan was acquiring assistance and expertise from Chinese agriculture experts and it was hoped that it would surely bear desired outcome.
Secondly, because of the lower, per acre-yield the total area under cultivation has to be increased, increasing the amount of human labour involved during the production of the raw material, which increases the cost of the end product, which is sugar, leaving little chance for the industry to keep prices lower.