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dry farmingnoun [U]

uk   us   also dryland farming
the production of crops on land that has very little rain and no water supplied by the farmer: Dry farming, with a solid knowledge of soil conservation and tillage, can produce good crops of potatoes, squash, and tomatoes.
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