Agronomist


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Agronomist

 

an agricultural specialist with a higher education, possessing a many-sided knowledge predominantly in the area of agriculture. The agronomist is the organizer and technician in agricultural production; his instructions on production technology receive scrupulous implementation. Periodical supplementary training of specialists has been arranged at agricultural institutions in order to improve the theoretical knowledge of agronomists in the USSR.

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Relentless advance"Today's technology lets us upload photos in real time, images of symptoms to help and also, through the project, we can mobilise the scientific resources of European countries which can go to other Mediterranean countries to help and to train these people," CIHEAM agronomist Maroun al-Moujabber from Lebanon said.
Lack of qualified agronomists is one of main problems in switchover to organic farming.
I later asked the head agronomist how many individual peasant farmers he believed would invest in this type of plow following this training.
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(For the uninitiated an agronomist is an expert in soil management...)
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One of Mendes's earliest allies from the other Brazil--the developed, industrialized south--was the late lose Lutzenberger, an agronomist who became the country's leading ecologist and then briefly its environment minister shortly after Mendes's death.
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378) an agronomist claims that farmers "typically apply more fertilizer than their crops need" as an explanation for increased pollution in coastal waters.
debut of his newest film this spring, however, Jonathan Demme had been tooling The Agronomist, on and off, for over a decade.
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