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Agriculture

The science of taming the land to grow crops and raise animals for food, clothing or other products.

agriculture

the cultivation of the soil for any aspect of farming or horticulture.
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According to the PSA, Netherlands is the country's top trading partner of agricultural commodities among the EU member countries with exports reaching $176.
Financial services and fiscal incentives are the key drivers to enhance agricultural production efficiency.
Secondly, Rodriguez said during the 1st ASEAN Conference on Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering (ACABE) held on September 23 to 24, 2014 and hosted by the Philippines through the Philippine Society of Agricultural Engineers and the National Agricultural and Fishery Council (NAFC), delegates adopted the "ASEAN Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering Framework for Cooperation and Complementary Action in support to ASEAN Food Security and Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation" which the country is committed to support and implement.
Rice, LaVergne, and Gartin (2011) determined that agricultural teachers in West Virginia were more likely to continue teaching if they had "good classroom and laboratory conditions" (p.
This research is a valuable aid to programs of agricultural communications for many reasons.
Russia, Germany, Bulgaria and Ukraine are the top four countries receiving most agricultural exports from Denizli, Gulsever said.
In 1996, agricultural economists at Iowa State estimated that the removal of illegal workers from the work force would prompt a short-term 6 percent price increase at the supermarket for summer and fall produce, gradually decreasing to a 3 percent intermediate term increase.
What agricultural aid relationship does the EU expect to have with the least-developed countries in Latin America?
At least one parent of each child from the agricultural communities worked in agriculture at the time of the study.
5 billion last year, yet agricultural subsidies in the rich world came to $300 billion, and military spending stood at $1,000 billion, he said in a Caux lecture.
Although agricultural management organizations such as agricultural cooperatives and agricultural corporations have appeared in response to these changing circumstances, the fact that pertinent regulations remain unchanged has slowed such developments.
Agricultural tariffs are high in Canada, the European Union, and especially Japan.

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