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cultivate

[′kəl·tə‚vāt]
(agriculture)
To prepare soil for the raising of crops.
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It's what's right for our people and our land and it's an increasingly important economic driver for the region, said Cultivating Community Executive Director Craig Lapine.
When irrigation sources told that a nationalist was also involved in the water theft and cultivating hundreds of acrs of Sukkur barrage by getting illegal water from Akram wah.
One of the reasons is that man in Murle don't cultivate, they only go after cattle, while women remain at homes to do the rest of the jobs, including cultivating for the family.
In the year 2014, as much as 31,205 acres were used for cultivating 334,600 ton vegetables while 404,400 ton fruits were produced from an area of 73,443 acres.
Small loans are helping female farmers of the Dalit community to play their role in poverty alleviation and ensuring food security by cultivating winter vegetables.
Synopsis: "Curriculum-Based Library Instruction: From Cultivating Faculty Relationships to Assessment" is a guide for librarians who are working to develop curriculum based instruction that is semester long or consisting of many sessions throughout an academic program.
He said that the company has already begun signing rental contracts with a number of companies specialised in cultivating crops, like Maltex, SONAC, EGAS Agricultural for Seed Production, Agrualex Trading and Nahdet Misr.
Published on Friday, 21 February 2014 13:16 PNN Settlers, protected by Israeli forces, Friday attacked farmers from al-Asakreh village, east of Bethlehem and prevented them from cultivating their lands.
This mushroom belongs to those mushroom that are difficult to cultivate," said Beljmezov, who is currently cultivating 3,300 bags of Reishi mushrooms.
We need information and training on how to cultivate and protect saffron crops," he said, adding if the agriculture department assisted farmers in cultivating saffron, the move would help improve their economic situation.
Abdullah Fadel was one of the first to invest in cultivating the lands which during years of occupation by the Israeli army were left bare, starkly contrasting with the lush terrain on Israel's own side of the border.
ISLAMABAD -- The trend of cultivating strawberry is surging among farmers living in the riverine belt of the River Chenab as cultivators are much content with its profit ratio as compared to traditional crops.