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agrarian devoted to agriculture; rural; agricultural. [1/4 definitions]
agribusiness large-scale industrial agriculture and related activities such as food-processing, equipment manufacture, and marketing.
agriculturist an expert in the applied science of agriculture. [1/2 definitions]
agronomy the study and application of scientific methods of soil management and field crop production; scientific agriculture.
alkali a soluble salt found in some soil composition, making it unfit for agriculture. [1/2 definitions]
Ceres in Roman mythology, the goddess of agriculture; Demeter. [1/2 definitions]
Demeter in Greek mythology, the goddess of agriculture, marriage, and fertility; Ceres.
food pyramid a pictorial guide developed by the U.S. Department of Agriculture to advocate healthy eating habits. It shows which types of foods should be eaten in lesser or greater amounts for good health.
geography the science of the earth's surface, including its physical features, climate, resident populations, political divisions, agriculture, natural resources, and the like. [1/2 definitions]
land-grant of or pertaining to any of a number of U.S. colleges and universities originally given government land in return for offering instruction in agriculture and the mechanical arts, now funded by their respective states with federal supplements.
Peace Corps a U.S. agency that sends volunteers into developing countries to assist in education, health, agriculture, and the like.
rural pertaining to agriculture. [1/2 definitions]
Saturn in Roman mythology, the god of agriculture; Cronus. [1/2 definitions]
sustainable agriculture a method of agriculture that allows a farmer to produce crops and raise livestock without damaging the farm as an ecosystem, thus allowing for a conserved or improved natural resource base to be passed on to subsequent generations of farmers.
USDA abbreviation of "United States Department of Agriculture."