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the sentence "on what"

The FAO said efforts should be made to grow vegetables on what land is available near the displaced and in refugee camps.
what is the structure of this sentence? Should "what" be "which"?

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    I probably would have used "whatever" instead of what or which.

    "on what" in this case means whatever. There is also the implication that suitable land is scarce or will be difficult to use.

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