Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Same as agronomic.

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  • adjective agronomic

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  • adjective of or relating to or promoting agronomy

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Examples

  • a kind of agronomical school where all who work in those activities will receive their advanced studies, once compulsory universal education up to the preuniversity level is established.

    12TH ANNIVERSARY OF ATTACK ON PRESIDENTIAL PALAC

  • This species, indeed, is characterized by a high agronomical and environmental adaptability and these features permit it, more than other cereals, to cope with weeds and to exploit as well as possible marginal and poor soils escaping any fertilizing action.

    FARRO MINESTRONE WITH WINTER SQUASH AND GREENS

  • The text closes with an agronomical outlook on how to feed the billions.

    The Quest for Food

  • Mr. Grobocopatel, who is 47 years old and a trained agronomical engineer, says the blistering weather portends "a great deterioration in production."

    Commodity Price Dive Hits Latin Economies

  • This species, indeed, is characterized by a high agronomical and environmental adaptability and these features permit it, more than other cereals, to cope with weeds and to exploit as well as possible marginal and poor soils escaping any fertilizing action.

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  • In this connection, Maurice would be very kind, to compile his agronomical recollections, so that I may know what mistakes he made and why he made them.

    The George Sand-Gustave Flaubert Letters

  • These might include maps or descriptions emanating from geological, pedological, topographical, or agronomical surveys or from roadworks.

    Chapter 5

  • But it is not the correct agronomical technique, because it destroys organic material and promotes weed growth.

    Castro Speech to 1 May Contingent

  • Its organizational structure is based on three national groups: Ethnobotany-Agronomy, which deals with projects related to botanical and agronomical studies; Phytochemistry - Pharmacology whose objective is to conduct scientific studies lending to the validation of the use of medicinal plants, and Industrialization-Commercialization, which deals with industrialization and commercialization of medicinal plants and by - products.

    Chapter 12

  • However, experimentation to determine the agronomical parameters of indigenous medicinal plants should be conducted prior to large scale cultivation.

    Chapter 12

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