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Capitalism changes the significance of space by systematically attaching prices to specific bits of the earth's surface, and even to what is above and below the surface; and the price per unit of area - rent - is no less important to urban property developers than to farmers. Agriculture is also the production of plants and animals as use values. These have historically been produced using land extensively relative to other production processes. No one has yet redefined the word to deal with production of animals 'on concrete' (Newby 1980) or of plants in glass houses or even in laboratories.