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cultivate

[′kəl·tə‚vāt]
(agriculture)
To prepare soil for the raising of crops.
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We are wont to forget that the sun looks on our cultivated fields and on the prairies and forests without distinction.
Leaving Socego, we rode to another estate on the Rio Macae, which was the last patch of cultivated ground in that direction.
Summary: The ministry has cultivated 24 species of corals as part of the three-phase initiative.
Quinoa can also be cultivated biannually with different varieties.
13 percent of its cultivation targets as the crop had been cultivated over 6,512.
Overall, the cotton crop has been cultivated over 59% area of the total targeted areas set for the current sowing season (2017-18).
This study was conducted to evaluate causality between long-term relationships among production amount, cultivated area and yield of cotton lint for Turkey for the period 1925 to 2015, and to determine the strength and direction of the relationships by means of vector error correction model (VECM) and cointegration analysis.
So far, he said that cotton crop had been cultivated over 1.
Due to illegal flow of the water in outfalls and water theft, the water provision of more than 50 canals have been made closed consequently crops cultivated on the thousands of acrs were smashed and lacs of the souls of the area were deprived of fresh drinking water.
NO3 , H2PO4 , SO4, K, Mg, Fe, Cu, Mo and Mn contents were significantly lower in cultivated soybean than in common wild soybean; and Ca and B were significantly higher.
Al-Dekhairi said vast areas have been cultivated this year, referring to the agricultural policies set by the Ministry which encouraged farmers.