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Agriculture

Meanings and phrases

Agriculture

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n.
  1. the federal department that administers programs that provide services to farmers (including research and soil conservation and efforts to stabilize the farming economy); created in 1862; Department of Agriculture; Agriculture Department; USDA

agriculture

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n.
  1. a large-scale farming enterprise; agribusiness; factory farm
  2. the practice of cultivating the land or raising stock; farming; husbandry
  3. the class of people engaged in growing food

Agriculture Department

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n.
  1. the federal department that administers programs that provide services to farmers (including research and soil conservation and efforts to stabilize the farming economy); created in 1862; Department of Agriculture; Agriculture; USDA

Agriculture Secretary

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n.
  1. the person who holds the secretaryship of the Department of Agriculture; Secretary of Agriculture
  2. the position of the head of the Department of Agriculture; Secretary of Agriculture

Department of Agriculture

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n.
  1. the federal department that administers programs that provide services to farmers (including research and soil conservation and efforts to stabilize the farming economy); created in 1862; Agriculture Department; Agriculture; USDA

Food and Agriculture Organization

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n.
  1. the United Nations agency concerned with the international organization of food and agriculture; Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations; FAO

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

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n.
  1. the United Nations agency concerned with the international organization of food and agriculture; Food and Agriculture Organization; FAO

Secretary of Agriculture

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n.
  1. the person who holds the secretaryship of the Department of Agriculture; Agriculture Secretary
  2. the position of the head of the Department of Agriculture; Agriculture Secretary

scientific agriculture

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n.
  1. the application of soil and plant sciences to land management and crop production; agronomy

based on agriculture

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  • The economy is based on agriculture and woodcraft.
  • The economy is based on agriculture and shepherding.
  • Taber's economy is largely based on agriculture.

used for agriculture

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  • Other areas of the delta are used for agriculture.
  • The area is primarily used for agriculture.
  • This land was to be used for agriculture.

engaged in agriculture

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  • The population is engaged in agriculture and related activities.
  • More than 40% of the region's population is engaged in agriculture.
  • Most of the people in Alakode are engaged in agriculture or business.

subsistence agriculture

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  • Many eked out a living via subsistence agriculture or fishing.
  • Other activities are retail, subsistence agriculture, coastal fishing and construction.
  • At that time, the economy of the village was based on subsistence agriculture and peddling.

sustainable agriculture

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  • Buy Fresh, Buy Local affiliates work to rebuild local food systems and promote sustainable agriculture.
  • Gather important actors, such as farmers and policy makers, and educate them on environmentally sustainable agriculture issues.
  • Encourage and grow research on environmentally sustainable agriculture and its relevance to local, national, and the global economy.

dependent on agriculture

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  • About 2,800 persons were dependent on agriculture.
  • Over 6,300 people were dependent on agriculture.
  • The state was poor and still dependent on agriculture.

agriculture and forestry

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  • The mountainous region is dominated by woods as well as agriculture and forestry.
  • The vast majority of reindeer owners in Finland practise reindeer husbandry as a supplement to agriculture and forestry.
  • Most of the Regency features green fields, predominantly occupied by agriculture and forestry, whilst farmers settled as the majority of its population.

agriculture sector

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  • The family here mainly depends on the agriculture sector.
  • It has a semi-industrialized economy with a well-integrated agriculture sector.
  • Within the last four years, the region has seen growth in the agriculture sector.

agriculture and livestock

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  • Exhibitions include agriculture and livestock.
  • The economy of Las Labores is based on agriculture and livestock .
  • Andhra Pradesh's economy is mainly based on agriculture and livestock.

employed in agriculture

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  • About 2,500 persons were employed in agriculture.
  • Most people of Kuspangi are employed in agriculture.
  • 53.6% of Ghana's workforce were employed in agriculture in 2013.

development of agriculture

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  • The development of agriculture is a fundamental part of the world economic growth.
  • Fertile soils were conducive to the development of agriculture and cattlebreeding.
  • The municipality is seeking to promote the development of agriculture, small business, and tourism.

agriculture industry

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  • Lancaster Farming Lancaster Farming is the leading Northeast and Mid-Atlantic farming and agriculture industry newspaper.
  • As with other developed nations, the Canadian agriculture industry receives significant government subsidies and supports.
  • Mark has also presented several series of "Rare Breed" for UTV, examining the multi-billion pound agriculture industry in Ireland.

such as agriculture

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  • Land in the remainder of the locality is zoned for ‘primary production’ purposes such as agriculture.
  • Pre-colonization education systems in Comoros focused on necessary skills such as agriculture, caring for livestock and completing household tasks.
  • In rural areas, many traditional types of merchandise are still sold, such as agriculture supplies and products as well as modern, mass-produced goods.

agriculture and animal

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  • The inhabitants worked in agriculture and animal breeding.
  • Most villagers worked in agriculture and animal husbandry.
  • Economy is mostly based on agriculture and animal husbandry.

intensive agriculture

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  • Near the coast, annual rainfall of between allows intensive agriculture.
  • From the twentieth century, intensive agriculture increased productivity.
  • The region is threatened by large-scale intensive agriculture, unsustainable slash-and-burn agriculture and fires.

involved in agriculture

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  • Most of them are involved in agriculture and few are struggling to get jobs.
  • They form approximately half of the Sinhalesee poulation and are traditionally involved in agriculture.
  • Hodoul then settled definitely in Seychelles he was much involved in agriculture and naval constructions.

devoted to agriculture

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  • 6 800,00 hectares of land are devoted to agriculture, accounting for 34.87% of the total population.
  • 147 300,00 hectares of land are devoted to agriculture, accounting for 38.76% of the total population.
  • 51% of Germany's land area is devoted to agriculture, while 30% is forested and 14% is covered by settlements or infrastructure.

local agriculture

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  • After the war, in lieu of Scout camps, their participants helped in local agriculture.
  • The wavy stripe symbolizes the river that flows through the valley, while the maize cob and grapes refer to local agriculture.
  • The arrival of the Spanish disrupted in many places local agriculture as indigenous populations shrunk and mining rose to prominence.

industry and agriculture

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  • As of October 1, 2007 The main foundations of economy are industry and agriculture.
  • Because of this, Iloilo's industry and agriculture was put on direct access to foreign markets.
  • The party wanted to increase public wealth by reducing the restrictions for trade, industry and agriculture.

work in agriculture

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  • The majority of the residents work in agriculture.
  • Fewer than 0.6% are estimated to work in agriculture.
  • The majority of the people in Kinnigoli work in agriculture.
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