Cropland area on which tillage practices involve inversion (turning over) of the soil over the whole area with tillage operations including inversion tillage/ploughing using tillage tools or equipment, such as a mouldboard or disc plough or powered tillage equipment, such as a rotovator. It includes tilllage with traditional ploughs, of either wood or iron, drawn by animal power.
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