agriculture


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Synonyms for agriculture

Synonyms for agriculture

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He said that the announcements made under agriculture package will be implemented.
Agriculture package of Rs 341 billion for the development of agriculture sector and prosperity of small farmers was unprecedented in the country's history, he added.
It really confirms what farmers and farm organizations have long asserted - that Illinois agriculture is integral to our state's economy.
The diplomats invited Union Agriculture Minister to visit their respective countries for developing stronger relations.
An Umbrella Memorandum of Understanding between the Ministry of Agriculture of the Republic of India and the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries of the Argentine Republic for cooperation in the Field of Agriculture and Allied Sectors.
This isn't just a good time for students to be excited about careers in agriculture--this is an excellent time for young people to be associated with this industry," says Mike Gaul, Director of Career Services for the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at Iowa State University.
Interest in organic agriculture has recently increased," he stated, "to the extent that some European countries stipulate that imported agricultural products must be organic.
A main argument for passing the AgJOBS bill is that over a million illegal immigrants are estimated to work in agriculture and that their absence would cause crop prices to go up significantly and cause the United States to be uncompetitive with other countries.
Many hunter-gatherers who had long inhabited the region faced a wrenching change as they adopted the strange new culture of agriculture.
California's agriculture industry produces more food than any state in the nation and supports more than 1 million jobs, 7.
Hope Shand, research director of the Action Group on Erosion, Technology and Concentration, warns that precision agriculture "is about commodification and control of information, and it is among the high-tech tools that are driving the industrialization of agriculture, the loss of local farm knowledge and the erosion of farmers' rights"
Scientists with the Automated Learning Group (ALG) at the National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA) will use an innovative data-mining tool called Data to Knowledge (D2K) on the Precision Agriculture database.
This article briefly explores what organic agriculture is and its history, why the federal government is regulating it, and changes you will see in labeling this October.
Over the past half-century, American agriculture has become enormously more productive, thanks to the massive use of chemical fertilizers and pesticides, sophisticated new means of breeding crops and livestock, and innovations in mechanization.
Leaders of the agriculture education community, along with business and industry representatives, are looking for ways to increase the number of agriculture teachers.
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