unplanted

ADJECTIVE
  1. not planted
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How To Use unplanted In A Sentence

  • Turn out the lot and the wellrotted stuff at the base can be put on unplanted soil. The Sun
  • Hikers have the right to walk on unplanted farmland.
  • People have to survive, and there is unplanted land - land that might be theirs morally, and so, they occupy it.
  • Large parts of the country will remain unplanted, as small-scale farmers cannot afford seed or fertiliser. Times, Sunday Times
  • And every one of those circles (each of which is filling a quarter of a square mile) leaves four corners of unirrigated, unplanted land. Grouse Diary Entry
  • Soil depletion has resulted, since the land is never left unplanted to regain its nutrients.
  • He also railed against environmental rules that demand wide unplanted margins around the edge of each field. Times, Sunday Times
  • If you're like me and have decided not to plant any more vegies or flowering annuals until the drought breaks, be very sure not to leave any unplanted garden soil exposed to the elements.
  • The Minister reminded farmers to make sure that at least 50% of their land remains unplanted, in order to leave sufficient entitlements to consolidate.
  • Though my father was an avid gardener, he left that backyard unplanted.
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