Chacra is a Spanish term (taken as a loanword from chakra, Quechua for farm, agricultural field, or land sown with seed; Hispanicized spellings are chacra, chajra, and chagra) for a small or garden farm, often on the outskirts of a city, producing food for the inhabitants of the city. Typically are located on ejidos (agricultural commons), chacras today are frequently used for horticulture as well.
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