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Synonyms for grower

someone concerned with the science or art or business of cultivating the soil

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1300 per bag of 100 kilograms while the middlemen are procuring wheat from growers less from the fixed rate and earning profit of Rs.
United Potato Growers of Idaho has formed a joint venture that will create the nation's second largest potato dehydrator, subject to government approvals.
As they have reduced reliance on Di-Syston, growers have increased the spread of other insecticides, including Dimethoate, Lindane and Asana, all slightly or moderately toxic chemicals.
In 1959, Colombia's coffee growers introduced the image of a smiling Juan Valdez and his mule, Conchita, to the public.
The conclusion is apparently strengthened in the IRS's view by the fact that a grower that patronizes more than one of the three members is still limited to a single vote.
Strawberry growers were out salvaging what they could over the weekend, Laird said.
But, alas, things have been difficult for arabica growers, too.
Precision Agriculture will someday soon allow a grower the ability to place seed and chemical inputs in precise locations in order to improve grain yield, grain quality, and reduce off-site environmental impacts," said Illinois corn grower Leon Corzine, a National Corn Growers Association board member.
The fact is that growth, even double-digit growth, is possible in virtually any industry (see chart on following page) - if the growers themselves have found the way to unleash their potential.
How Saatchi & Saatchi and Blue Diamond Growers market worldwide
Each year, our growers and winemakers work hard to deliver intensely concentrated flavors and unique character that has come to be associated with Barossa Valley Estate, and this year is no different.
To showcase these grower plots, Syngenta implemented the AVICTA Complete Pak Cotton Belt Road Show.
After two years visiting flower farms in the United States, Prolman was unable to convince any major grower to make the expensive plunge into organics.
MACMA growers were also more likely than the other two grower groups to at least agree that they were generally satisfied with their marketing arrangements.
Multinational commodities firms Louis Dreyfus of France and Cargill of the United States, which are both major players in Brazil--the world's largest grower of oranges--have also acquired processing plants in the Sunshine State, the world's No.