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  • noun Plural form of agronomist.

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Examples

  • Brazilian-American-German collaboration of geographers, soil scientists, archaeologists, and agronomists is now trying to understand the processes by which Indians created terra preta, and hopes to apply these techniques to other poor soils in the tropics.

    A Conversation with Charles C. Mann

  • In announcing the new strategy for the war last month, the administration said it would send several hundred civilians -- such as agronomists, economists and legal experts -- to work on reconstruction and development issues as part of the military's counterinsurgency campaign.

    Brandon Friedman: Afghanistan and Pakistan: Obama's First 100 Days

  • In announcing the new strategy for the war last month, the administration said it would send several hundred civilians - such as agronomists, economists and legal experts - to work on reconstruction and development issues as part of the military's counterinsurgency campaign.

    GovExec.com Top News

  • In announcing the new strategy for the war last month, the administration said it would send several hundred civilians _ such as agronomists, economists and legal experts _ to work on reconstruction and development issues as part of the military's counterinsurgency campaign.

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  • Farmers need support for tools, seeds, credit, irrigation and water storage systems, and assistance from agronomists.

    Beverly Bell: Haitian Farmers: Growing Strength to Grow Food

  • They have also pumped pesticides into land that was already acidic, destroying the soil and cutting into the yield, foreign agronomists say.

    North Korea food shortage worst in years, despite farms

  • Scientists, agronomists, technical, health and IT professionals who aspire to make meaningful contributions should look to agriculture.

    Paul Schickler: Agricultural Innovation to Feed the World

  • They agreed and set shop here with a team of two agronomists who started scouring the country for the ideal growing location.

    In Search of the Perfect Potato

  • Marcelo Rey , who heads a team of agronomists for Argentina's Grupo Los Grobo, a big farming company, added, "We're seeing zones where potential yields are going to be 30% or 40% below what was anticipated."

    Rain Falls on Corn's Parade

  • Photos: D.I.Y. Wine Michael H. Evans Mendoza's Private Vineyard Estates Only a handful of the 97 owners at the Vines of Mendoza, a 1,000-some-acre co-op vineyard in western Argentina, will not need their handiwork replaced by professional agronomists like Mr. Evangelista.

    Owning a Piece of the Vineyard

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