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Synonyms for farm

cultivate

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Synonyms for farm

be a farmer

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collect fees or profits

cultivate by growing, often involving improvements by means of agricultural techniques

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Most farmers in the study did not perceive farm chemical use as posing a threat to people or the environment, especially chemicals used on their own farms.
California's pesticide tracking program provided evidence that farm chemical runoff into salmon-bearing streams was at such a low level that proposed buffer zones where streamside farming would be restricted were shown to be unnecessarily large.
The only solution is for government to provide security for farmers, make available quality seeds and farm chemicals at cheap rate.
Due to the adverse effect of drought, Oso said the Philippine economy showed a recurrent increase in oil prices, farm chemicals, fertilizers, among other agricultural inputs.
BASF is based in Ludwigshafen, Germany, and makes chemicals for the plastics industry, industrial materials and pigments, food and animal feed ingredients and farm chemicals. The company reported having 122,400 employees in 2018, with 75,000 in Europe and 20,000 in North America.
I have sprayed various farm chemicals but the pests are not dying.
On the part of the local government of Lupon, the enticement could include opportunity for new businesses to open especially those that will engage in the supply of farm chemicals, fertilizers and other inputs, employment, food and beverages, and of course the huge business and license taxes that the agricultural firm will be paying the local coffer.
The CAS said farmers must know all farm chemicals are not safe and they should use protective gear.
The decline is believed to be due to the loss of permanent pasture, increased use of farm chemicals and a shortage of food and nesting sites in many parts of the UK.
The business groups recommended sustained government support for farmers through the provision of essential support services and facilities, including irrigation, better seedlings, harvesting technology, safe farm chemicals and postharvest equipment.
After retiring as a salesman of farm chemicals in an American company in 1984, he decided to go into hobby farming in his property in Tagaytay.
At the same time, the global industry that supplies farm chemicals, biotechnology and other inputs is in the midst of a shake-up as tumbling commodity prices squeeze spending by farmers.