agricultural science

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agricultural science

[¦ag·rə¦kəl·chə·rəl ′sī·əns]
(agriculture)
A discipline dealing with the selection, breeding, and management of crops and domestic animals for more economical production.
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An agricultural scientist, therefore, seeks new knowledge to support and strengthen the existing systems, and to establish new ones by applying scientific and usually experimental methods.
The five awardees also included an agricultural scientist who researched rice varieties that can adapt to different soil moisture levels, a science administrator who created an enabling environment for UP science researchers and a university scientist whose research on precision food processing can help stakeholders comply with the demand for safe and nutritious food.
Nawab Shehzad Ali Khan said that there were more than 700 registered seed companies but they have no agricultural scientist or expert.
Orge is also the Central Luzon's 2015 Gawad Saka Outstanding Agricultural Scientist.
Norman Borlaug Centennial Year honoring the greatest agricultural scientist ever, and the founder of the World Food Prize.
They are selected because they are -- or could be -- as good as any agricultural scientist anywhere.
An easier alternative is to add the leaves directly to your garden in fall, says Abigail Maynard, associate agricultural scientist at the Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station, who has studied the use of leaves as a garden soil amendment for more than 10 years.
Summary: Muscat: World renowned agricultural scientist, Prof (Dr) M.
This exhibit--developed by Chicago's Field Museum in collaboration with Tuskegee University and the National Park Service--follows Carver's journey as an agricultural scientist and humanitarian.
The father of the 'green revolution' - Nobel Prize-winning agricultural scientist Norman Borlaug - died in Texas, aged 95.
Agricultural scientist Prof Steve McGrath, from the Rothamsted research institute in Harpenden, Hertfordshire, said this would make Britain a healthier nation.
For example, if a country is lucky, it will have an agricultural scientist as permanent secretary in the Ministry of Agriculture and if not, just about any political appointee will be put there.

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