agriculture

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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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After learning about the farm tour model as well as farming techniques, Phuong said they decided to bring the fruit to his northern province of Son La as the weather there is similar to Da Lat.
Gabor encourages people who are interested in farming, especially the young, to undergo training for farm tourism provided by ISST.
Residential retirement farms are those whose operators report they are retired, while residential lifestyle farms are managed by operators who have a primary occupation other than farming. Lifestyle farms have increased by 5% over the last decade and now account for roughly 45%; of all U.S.
However, the report notes that farming is not concentrated when compared with other U.S.
We need to move toward how to deal with urbanization with a commodity that's focused on the farming aspect." In addition, he said farming as a whole is changing.
Several issues constituted the crisis, which had major impact on Midwestern farming, especially grains, perhaps less on ranching and on fruits and vegetables.
Bill Duesing, president of the Connecticut-based Northeast Organic Farming Association, is impressed by the growing number of campus gardens.
Though rural men and women sought to take advantage of industrialization by combing industrial work with farming, many grew increasingly dependent on the industrial sector for their livelihood.
Moreover, the program should finally end Vietnam's rampant problem with capture of wild bears for farming, he says, since the monitoring agencies would prosecute anyone harboring bears without a chip.
If bluefin tuna is in jeopardy because of farming practices, then farming will need stricter regulations to ensure that other tuna species do not suffer the same fate.
The new monthly, a relaunch of a title that was closed almost four years ago, will have an initial circulation of 200,000, large-scale, $250,000+ farming income producers.