Cultivation Sample Clauses

Cultivation. The Tenant must keep the Allotment clean, free from weeds and well manured and otherwise maintain it in a good state of cultivation and fertility and good condition, at his/her own expense and labour, to the satisfaction of the Council's Divisional Director of Leisure for the time being and must keep any pathway or cart-track included in or abutting on the Allotment (or, in the case of any pathway or cart-track abutting on the Allotment and any other allotment garden or allotment gardens, the half-width of it) reasonably free from weeds. The tenant shall only use hand tools or hand operated mechanical equipment in so doing.
Cultivation. 3.3.1 The tenant shall keep the allotment reasonably free from weeds, properly cultivated and in a good state of fertility all year round. Properly cultivated means that all of the plot is being worked all year round. It can be noted here that bases for any permitted structures (glasshouses, sheds and poly tunnels), water butts and compost heaps must be sited within the plot boundary and these areas are exempt from this requirement to cultivate.
Cultivation. To maintain their Plot and keep at least three-quarters cultivated and in a weed free state using techniques which do not cause long term environmental damage. To keep the Plot clean of waste and otherwise in a proper state of condition. The Council will be entitled to claim compensation from a Tenant who upon the termination leaves a Plot in a worse condition than when the Tenancy started. This will cover the cost of any reinstatement required.
Cultivation. The Tenant must ensure that: – a minimum of 50% of the Plot area is used for the cultivation of fruit, vegetables or show flowers (growing produce in a greenhouse or poly-tunnel qualifies for this purpose); and – a further 25% of the Plot area is in some form of productive use, which can include being used for housing authorised animals or for the cultivation of more fruit, vegetables or flowers. There is no requirement for the Tenant to use the final 25% of the Plot area for any particular purpose; however, it must be maintained in a tidy, weed free condition and examples of acceptable uses include for the installation of an authorised storage shed, further housing for authorised animals, the storage of materials, or for general flower beds or a lawn. In addition, the Tenant is responsible for keeping grass and weeds cut back on half the width of any allotment paths or tracks that border the Plot. Exceptions to these requirements will only be allowed where prior written approval is granted by the Association. On taking over the Plot, the Tenant should liaise with the Association if they believe it may not be possible for them to achieve the required levels of cultivation within the first 6 months. If the Tenant is unable to work the plot as a result of illness or any other matter they must inform the Association at the earliest opportunity. Where possible the Association will try to assist the Tenant by relaxing the requirements in this cultivation clause; however, this cannot be guaranteed.
Cultivation. Contractor shall cultivate around shrub and tree areas and tree wells sufficiently and often enough to control weed growth and maintain existing irrigation and drainage ditches. F. Irrigation (Deep Soaking) See WATER MANAGEMENT Section below.
Cultivation. Permittee’s Annual Community Benefit Rate Payment shall be based on the greater of the active state, or local, permitted canopy, or actual total canopy.
Cultivation. 5.1 Allotment Gardens must be kept clean, free from weeds, weIl manured and maintained in a good state of cultivation and fertility.
Cultivation. To keep the Allotment Garden clean, free from weeds and otherwise maintain it in a good state of cultivation and fertility and good condition.