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enlightenment and excellent taste resulting from intellectual development

Synonyms for cultivation

socialization through training and education to develop one's mind or manners

(agriculture) production of food by preparing the land to grow crops (especially on a large scale)

a highly developed state of perfection

the process of fostering the growth of something

the act of raising or growing plants (especially on a large scale)

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I uprooted the qat from my land at my own will and I am totally convinced that qat cultivation is useless, not only because it exhausts water storage and efforts, but also because it drives young students away from education," said Ateeq Al-Bukhrani, one of the two farmers who totally uprooted his qat trees on Tuesday.
Summary: Vienna - The International Narcotics Control Board (INCB) lauded Morocco's efforts to eradicate the illicit cultivation of cannabis, highlighting a 55% decline of the total area of cultivation.
Mushrooms cultivation common processes are not benefiting from fully septic conditions, mostly due to non sterile cultivation mediums (composts) using, as well as human operators' necessary involvement in the specific not-continuous production cycles.
Until the rise of environmental microbiology, and its attention to such issues as diversity, isolation and cultivation of microorganisms almost became a lost art.
A rapid rise in opium and coca cultivation in Afghanistan and Colombia in 2007 could undermine progress in the worldwide control of drugs, a United Nations report has said.
2) Since the 1980s, a trend of increasing opium poppy cultivation and opium production has unfolded during successive periods of insurgency, civil war, fundamentalist government, and recently, international engagement (Figures 1 and 2).
Two adults were arrested on suspicion of cultivation of marijuana, but officials hadn't released any information on them by Thursday evening.
Opium cultivation in Afghanistan has risen 59 percent this year, largely due to dramatic increases in the troubled southern provinces, the U.
They hunted with bows and arrows and preserved their lands with ancient methods of shifting cultivation.
A centralized development office with an experienced executive director for development, more training for staff, an organizational culture that promotes teambuilding, business and strategic planning that includes a quarterly review of results against projections, a proper collection and maintenance of statistical data, donor cultivation, and proper use of technology need to be implemented, according to an audit report released to national church management and some staff in January.
Enhanced with more than 1100 spectacular full color photographs, aspiring gardeners are provided with thoroughly accessible and applicable cultivation advice, information about the breeding history of the iris, ideas for using irises with other plants in the garden, and an ideal horticultural reference for growing the iris in a wide variety of climate zones including hot and dry, temperate, and even cold northern climates.
There has been a sharp decrease in murders, kidnappings and other violent crimes, as well as coca and opium poppy cultivation.
There are two kinds of Taoist "external" sexual cultivation (waidan gong).
Since philanthropy can make the critical difference in a long term care organization's success, creating a framework that allows cultivation of those who are perceived as potential donors is essential.
Conservatree points out that kenaf cultivation "can bring new life to rural economies shattered by the demise of their original industries.