The region is an important agricultural production area dominated by beef cattle production, as well as rain-fed and irrigated cropping, horticulture and forestry, but there are challenges to its growth.
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APA stands for Agricultural Production Area (various locations)
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The danger is that when it does overflow, it will flood hundreds of hectares of agricultural production areas and communities.
Bakosoro noted that the costruction of feeder roads linking the main agricultural production areas to markets and electrification projects have improved the potential of larger scale agri-businesses in the state.
6 percent of Austria's entire agricultural production area.
Droughts could hit the country twice as often as now, cover an area twice as big and be more severe in key agricultural production areas, the Bureau of Meteorology and Australia's top science organisation, the CSIRO, said in a joint report.
The station closed in 1999 when the state's inspection and enforcement activities were focused within agricultural production areas.
Pest advisories could alert growers in agricultural production areas downwind of infested locations.
200) Land owners in the Preservation Area, the Special Agricultural Production Area, and the Agricultural Production Area whose development opportunities were taken away by the Plan's restrictive provisions benefit financially from the sale of those development rights to developers who shift them into the growth areas.