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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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This year farmers have experienced the worst kind of water scarcity and failed to cultivate major cotton crop in the entire province, except a few upper riparian farmers, who luckily received water through irrigation channels and installed tube wells.
"One of the reasons is that man in Murle don't cultivate, they only go after cattle, while women remain at homes to do the rest of the jobs, including cultivating for the family.
It noted that this increase encourages farmers to cultivate wheat.
"Cultivate is the result of an epic date with my wife, All, at Blackberry Farm in 2010," Banks says, referring to the Tennessee resort in which he's an investor.
"Soon, I plan to cultivate the mushroom Maitake that is also healing but unlike Reishi, this mushroom is eatable, "Beljmezov explains.
they wish to cultivate GM crops on their territory."
An extensive hydroponics system, that had by-passed the electricity meter, was being used to cultivate the plants, and was also seized.
If You Want a Harvest, You Have to be Willing to Cultivate the Soil
Slovakia became the sixth EU countryain 2006 to cultivate genetically modified plants.
The ability to mill and cultivate cereal grains caused the major substitution of fresh fruits and vegetables with flour-based food.