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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Agriculture, Gardening, Crops
horticulturehor‧ti‧cul‧ture /ˈhɔːtəˌkʌltʃə $ ˈhɔːrtəˌkʌltʃər/ noun [uncountable]  TAthe practice or science of growing flowers, fruit, and vegetablesgardening, agriculturehorticultural /ˌhɔːtəˈkʌltʃərəl◂ $ ˌhɔːr-/ adjectivehorticulturalist noun [countable]
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horticultureIt is suggested that 2 machines required for horticulture, and 1 for library.These come from many sources - school groups, horticulture clubs, students etc. and cover many topics.He thought he might like landscaping and enrolled in a two-year program at a nearby college in horticulture.He graduated in 1951 with a bachelor's degree in horticulture and a minor in agronomy.No, seriously, I thought I might try something in horticulture.As assistant commissioner, Smith oversees marketing programs involving livestock, horticulture, fiber and international marketing.The Society of Gardeners originally planned to cover all aspects of horticulture in one large work.Pomology - the branch of horticulture concerned with the study of fruit.
From Longman Business Dictionaryhorticulturehor‧ti‧cul‧ture /ˈhɔːtəˌkʌltʃəˈhɔːrtəˌkʌltʃər/ noun [uncountable] FARMINGthe activity or science of growing flowers, fruit, and vegetables
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