citriculture


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Related to citriculture: coculture, floriculture

citriculture

[′si·trə‚kəl·chər]
(botany)
The cultivation of citrus fruits.
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Bocaiuva do Sul and Campina Grande do Sul: fragments of Mountain Ombrophilous Dense Forest mixed with reforestation areas, citriculture and other crops.
In his book California Dreaming, Nachum Karlinsky offers a solid, detailed economic history of Jewish citriculture in Palestine.
of Agriculture, Faisalabad, Pakistan) introduces the breeding challenges that biotechnology is seeking to solve in the important worldwide industry of citriculture and related tree crops.
But even the largest source of money for developing capitalists in the world could not anticipate the potential devastation to world citriculture wrought by the Atkins and South Beach low-carbohydrate diets.
Proceedings of the Eighth International Congress of Citriculture 1:499-503.
Within the Arab sector - mostly building, citriculture, transport, and light manufacturing - they were burdened by their obvious class interests.
Citriculture, they argued should not be left to hired help who were ill prepared to appreciate the need to carefully handle fruit.
Brawner (1988), "The Effect of Citrus Thrips and Citrus Red Mite On Naval Orange Fruit Production in California's San Joaquin Valley," Proceedings of the 1988 International Society of Citriculture.