(Of farmland) plowed and harrowed but left unsown for a period in order to restore its fertility as part of a crop rotation or to avoid surplus production
A pale brown or reddish yellow color
A system of farming in which bushes and trees are cleared from virgin land, which is then allowed to lie fallow for a while before cultivation begins
A Eurasian deer with branched palmate antlers, typically having a white-spotted reddish-brown coat in summer
The action or an act of leaving land fallow for a limited period after ploughing, especially during the winter; land that lies fallow during the winter; a period during which land lies fallow.
A fallow on which no crop is grown, as opposed to one from which a green crop is taken.