Land Evaluation

Land Evaluation

 

a system of indices of the productivity and value to the national economy of agricultural land. The land evaluation system includes appraisal of soil quality and an economic evaluation of the land as a means of agricultural production. While these components of land evaluation are interrelated, each is important in itself, and each has its own system of indices. These indices are the basis for compiling the land cadastre.

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After a land evaluation it was decided to separate the land into two, with 1 600 hectares being set aside for sugar cane plantation while the rest was used to plant bananas.
Whilst existing land evaluation approaches are focused on improving agricultural productivity, CASCAPE combines data with stakeholder engagement to ensure proposals will work in practice.
Yesterday the Commission started a land evaluation drive, despite fears from Emakoko, Oloosirkon and Oletepes residents that there were plans to take over their land without legal acquisition procedure.
The land evaluation commonly used mathematical methods mainly include the following categories.
"The International Resource Panel, in this study of the benefits of land evaluation, has again shown us a way to do more and better with less, and, at the same time, deliver on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) that the world agreed to last year."
Land evaluation methods have been evolving since the 1950s and take several different forms, ranging from simple qualitative to complex quantitative schemes (McKenzie et al.
RIYADH: The National Anti-Corruption Commission (Nazaha) detected irregularities in the land evaluation project by a compensation committee in the Al-Kharj province.
A comparison of land unit delineation techniques for land evaluation in the Western Cape, South Africa.