agriculture

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İngilizce - Türkçe
(Hukuk) tarım

O, tarımla uğraşıyordu. - He engaged in agriculture.

Tarım Kaliforniya'da önemli bir sanayidir. - Agriculture is an important industry in California.

ziraat

Tom ziraat eğitimi görüyor. - Tom is studying agriculture.

{i} çiftçilik
çiftçi

ABD Tarım Bakanlığı çiftçilerin ve çiftlik sahiplerinin işletmelerini değişen iklime uyarlamalarına yardımcı olmak için yedi yeni bölgesel iklim merkezi kurdu. - The US Department of Agriculture established seven new “regional climate hubs” to help farmers and ranchers adapt their operations to a changing climate.

tarımcılık
agriculture based
(Tarım) tarıma dayalı
agriculture engineer
ziraat mühendisi
agriculture fair
tarım fuarı
agriculture, cooperative
(Tarım) tarım kooperatifi
agriculture and fishery
tarım ve balıkçılık
agriculture and food quality
tarım ve gıda kalitesi
agriculture science
tarım bilimi
agriculture and state
tarım ve devlet
agriculture and stockbreeding
tarım ve hayvancılık
agriculture insurance
tarım sigorta
agriculture of mountain
(Politika, Siyaset) dağ tarımı
agriculture sales cooperatives
tarım satış kooperatifleri
agriculture school
(Tarım) tarım okulu
faculty of agriculture
(Eğitim) ziraat fakültesi
sustainable agriculture
(Politika, Siyaset,Tarım) sürdürülebilir tarım
Ministry of Agriculture
Tarım Bakanlığı
agriculturalist
tarım uzmanı
agriculturist
ziraat uzmanı
agriculturist
tarım uzmanı
chamber of agriculture
ziraat odası
department of agriculture
tarım bölümü
extensive agriculture
ekstensif tarım
extensive agriculture
yaygın tarım
agriculturist
ziraatçı
animal agriculture
Hayvan yetiştiriciliği, hayvancılık
fertilizer for agriculture
tarım için gübre
intensive agriculture
yoğun tarım
irrigated agriculture
(Tarım) Sulu tarım
ministry of agriculture and rural affairs
Tarım ve Köyişleri Bakanlığı
organik agriculture
Organik tarım
precision agriculture
(Tarım) Hassas tarım
reaper-binder (agriculture)
biçerbağlar (tarım)
the Ministry of Agriculture
Tarım Bakanlığı
Food and Agriculture Organization (UN); foreign area officer
(Askeri) Birleşmiş Milletler (UN) Gıda ve Tarım Teşkilatı; yabancı bölge subayı
United States Department of Agriculture
(Askeri) Birleşik Devletler Tarım Bakanlığı
agriculturalist
{i} çiftçi
agriculturalist
ekinci
agriculturalist
{i} tarımcı
agriculturalist
{i} ziraatçi
agriculturist
{i} tarımcı
agriculturist
{i} çiftçi
comon agriculture policy
(Gıda) ortak piyasa düzenleri
extensive agriculture
ekstansif tarım
pollution from agriculture
tarımsal kaynaklı kirlenme
women in agriculture
tarımda kadınlar
İngilizce - İngilizce
The art or science of cultivating the ground, including the harvesting of crops, and the rearing and management of livestock; tillage; husbandry; farming
{n} husbandry, the act of tillage
For the conservation and promotion of the effective management of productive agricultural areas
Agriculture involves the use of water for crop spraying, irrigation, livestock watering, poultry operations and other farm purposes not related to human consumption
Systems of using the land and the life it supports for producing food and other goods such as timber, drugs etc , to satisfy human 'needs' Always involves fundamental changes in the ecology where it is practiced
science, art and business of cultivating the soil, producing crops, and raising fish and livestock; farming
a large-scale farming enterprise
the farming of crops and rearing of animals on a large scale [3: Emergence of Agriculture ]; [3: image ]
Includes general programmes in agriculture, animal husbandry, horticulture, crop husbandry, agricultural economics, food sciences and technology, soil and water sciences, veterinary medicine, forestry, forest products technology, fishery science and technology
the class of people engaged in growing food
All methods of production and management of livestock, crops, vegetation, and soil This includes, but is not limited to, the related activities of tillage, fertilization, pest control, harvesting and marketing It also includes, but is not limited to, the activities of feeding, housing, and maintaining of animals such as cattle, dairy cows, sheep, goats, hogs, horses, and poultry and handling their by-products
[n] A system of food production involving the cultivation of domesticated crops
(Agricultural) Farming, growing crops or raising livestock
The science, art and business of cultivating the soil, producing crops and raising livestock (farming)
Annual receipts may not exceed $0 5 to $9 0 million, depending on the agricultural product {top}
the federal department that administers programs that provide services to farmers (including research and soil conservation and efforts to stabilize the farming economy); created in 1862
the production, keeping or maintenance for sale or lease, of plants and/or animals, including but not limited to: forage and sod crops; grains and seed crops; dairy animals and dairy products; poultry and poultry products; livestock; fruits and vegetables; and ornamental and green house products Agriculture does not include forest management and timber harvesting activities
n The science, art and business of cultivating the soil, producing crops and raising livestock; farming
Farming
The production, keeping or maintenance for sale or lease, of plants and/or animals, including but not limited to: forages and sod crops; grains and seed crops; dairy animals and dairy products; poultry and poultry products; livestock; fruits and vegetables; and nurseries and ornamental and greenhouse products Agriculture does not include forest management and timber harvesting activities
The practice of producing crops and raising livestock for human use
The production, processing, and distribution of food, fish, forest products, and fiber
the cultivation and harvest of food crops; farming
The raising of crops and animals for food, feed, fiber, fuel, or other useful products
- refers to the income derived from crop production such as palay, corn vegetables, coconut, coffee, etc ; livestock and poultry-raising and cattle-raising such as cow, carabao and chicken
the practice of cultivating the land or raising stock
Learning various agricultural techniques; may include: animal husbandry, organic, biodynamic, value-added products, preserving and storing, Community Supported Agriculture, permaculture, viticulture and enology, fruit trees, vegetables, market gardening, farmers' markets, research, and education
Courses designed to improve competencies in agricultural occupations Included is the study of agricultural production, supplies, mechanization and products, agricultural science, forestry, and related services
Primary producers and the input industries (e g fertilizer, pesticide, equipment)
farming, cultivation of soil, producing crops, raising livestock
The art or science of cultivating the ground, including the harvesting of crops, and the rearing and management of live stock; tillage; husbandry; farming
{i} raising of crops and livestock
Agriculture is farming and the methods that are used to raise and look after crops and animals. The Ukraine is strong both in industry and agriculture. the practice or science of farming (agricultura, from ager + cultura ). Science or art of cultivating the soil, growing and harvesting crops, and raising livestock. Agriculture probably first developed in South Asia and Egypt, then spread to Europe, Africa, the rest of Asia, the islands of the central and South Pacific, and finally to North and South America. Agriculture in the Middle East is believed to date from 9000-7000 BC. Early cultivated crops include wild barley (Middle East), domesticated beans and water chestnuts (Thailand), and pumpkins (the Americas). Domestication of animals occurred during roughly the same period. Slash-and-burn land-clearing methods and crop rotation were early agricultural techniques. Steady improvements in tools and methods over the centuries increased agricultural output, as did mechanization, selective breeding and hybridization, and, in the 20th century, the use of herbicides and insecticides. More of the world's aggregate manpower is devoted to agriculture than to all other occupations combined. Brook Farm Institute of Agriculture and Education Food and Agriculture Organization till less agriculture
agriculturism
agricolation
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He got his degree from the state ag''' college.

agriculturist
Of or pertaining to agriculture or agriculturists
agriculturist
{n} a husbandman, farmer, tiller of land
animal agriculture
A branch of agriculture concerned with the production and care of domestic animals
precision agriculture
(Tarım) Precision agriculture or precision farming is an agricultural concept relying on the existence of in-field variability. It's about doing the right thing, in the right place, in the right way, at the right time. It requires the use of new technologies, such as global positioning (GPS), sensors, satellites or aerial images, and information management tools (GIS) to assess and understand variations. Collected information may be used to more precisely evaluate optimum sowing density, estimate fertilizers and other inputs needs, and to more accurately predict crop yields. It seeks to avoid applying inflexible practices to a crop, regardless of local soil/climate conditions, and may help to better assess local situations of disease or lodging
Agriculturist
someone concerned with the science or art or business of cultivating the soil
Bachelor of Agriculture
graduate with a bachelor's degree in agriculture, B.Ag
Brook Farm Institute of Agriculture and Education
Short-lived utopian experiment in communal living (1841-47) in West Roxbury, Mass. (near Boston), founded by George Ripley. The best known of the many utopian communities organized in the U.S. in the mid-19th century, Brook Farm was to combine the thinker and the worker, to guarantee the greatest mental freedom, and to prepare a society of liberal, cultivated persons whose lives would be more wholesome and simpler than they could be amid the pressure of competitive institutions. It is remembered for the distinguished literary figures and intellectual leaders associated with it, including Charles A. Dana, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Margaret Fuller, Horace Greeley, James Russell Lowell, John Greenleaf Whittier, and Ralph Waldo Emerson (though not all of them were actual members). It was also noted for the modern educational theory of its excellent school. See also Oneida Community
Fisheries and Food Ministry of Agriculture
MAFF the British government department that was responsible for farming, food production, and the safety of food products. In 2001, it became part of a new Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
Food and Agriculture Organization
the full name of the FAO. UN agency whose purpose is to improve nutrition and eliminate hunger by coordinating the efforts of governments in agriculture, forestry, and fisheries. It also assists countries through research, training, development, and field missions, and it has helped with disaster and emergency relief. The FAO was established in 1945. Beginning in the 1960s, it concentrated on developing high-yield grain, eliminating protein deficiencies, supporting rural development, and encouraging agricultural exports. In the 1980s and '90s, the FAO emphasized strategies for sustainable agriculture and rural development that were economically feasible, environmentally sound, and technologically appropriate to the skill level of the host country. The organization, which has more than 180 members, is governed by the biennial FAO conference, in which each member country, as well as the European Union, is represented. Its headquarters are in Rome. See also World Food Programme
Food and Agriculture Organization
{i} U.N. agency which aims to improve the quality of nutrition all over the world
Ministry of Agriculture
government office responsible for supervising agricultural growth and development and manages the nation's water supply and lands
Ministry of Agriculture Fisheries and Food
{i} (British) MAFF, ministry whose aim is to protect and improve environment nationally and internationally
United States Department of Agriculture
{i} United States government agency that oversees a wide variety of issues (such as agriculture, food safety, rural land development, forest services, and more), USDA
agriculturalist
{i} researcher or expert in agriculture
agriculturalist
A farmer; one involved with agrarian business
agriculturalist
An agriculturalist is someone who is an expert on agriculture and who advises farmers
agriculturalist
An agriculturist which is the preferred form
agriculturally
in an agricultural manner, by means of agriculture
agriculturally
In a manner pertaining to agriculture
agriculturist
One engaged or skilled in agriculture; a husbandman
agriculturist
{i} farmer; expert on farming or raising livestock
agriculturist
One who practices agriculture, a farmer, a gardener
department of agriculture
the federal department that administers programs that provide services to farmers (including research and soil conservation and efforts to stabilize the farming economy); created in 1862
diversified agriculture
agriculture that includes more than just traditional agriculture (it includes ecreation, tourism, direct marketing, farmers markets, further processing and much more)
extensive agriculture
farming based on raising crops over large areas
faculty of agriculture
section in a university which deals with degrees regarding farming and working the land
fertilizer for agriculture
substance which is added to soil to increase its productivity
food and agriculture organization
the United Nations agency concerned with the international organization of food and agriculture
intensive agriculture
investing of extra money and work to produce larger crops
itinerant agriculture
agricultural practice in which migrant farmers abandon land which has become infertile and create new farmland by cutting down or burning existing forest area (common in rainforest areas)
organic agriculture
agriculture without the use of chemically based pesticides and fertilizers
secretary of agriculture
the position of the head of the Department of Agriculture; "the post of Secretary of Agriculture was established in 1889" the person who holds the secretaryship of the Department of Agriculture; "the first Secretary of Agriculture was Norman J
secretary of agriculture
the position of the head of the Department of Agriculture; "the post of Secretary of Agriculture was established in 1889"
secretary of agriculture
the person who holds the secretaryship of the Department of Agriculture; "the first Secretary of Agriculture was Norman J
secretary of agriculture
Colman, who was appointed by Cleveland
sustainable agriculture
A method of agriculture that attempts to ensure the profitability of farms while preserving the environment
sustainable agriculture
farming methods that serve to preserve the soil quality for future agricultural use (e.g. through non-use of chemical preparations, crop rotation, etc.)
terrace agriculture
method of agriculture in which crops are grown on different levels in the side of a mountain
the cost of agriculture output and input index
index that points out the average percentage of change in expenditures and income of agricultural farms
agriculture

    Heceleme

    ag·ri·cul·ture

    Türkçe nasıl söylenir

    ägrîkʌlçır

    Telaffuz

    /ˈagrəˌkəlʧər/ /ˈæɡrɪˌkʌlʧɜr/

    Etimoloji

    [ a-gri-"k&l-ch&r ] (noun.) 15th century. From Latin agricultura, from ager, "field" + cultura, "cultivation". See acre, and culture.

    Videolar

    ... lands for farms and internalize the external costs of agriculture.  Get rid of the pollution ...
    ... inheritors of the agriculture and animals of the Fertile Crescent ...

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