Traducción de horticulture en Español:

horticulture

horticultura, n.

Pronunciación /ˈhɔːtɪˌkʌltʃə//ˈhɔrdəˌkəltʃər/

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    horticultura femenino
    • Finding alternatives to chemical pesticides in the home and garden and in farming and horticulture is one of the main themes of the meeting.
    • A number of such biocontrol agents are available as commercial formulations for use in agriculture and horticulture.
    • To celebrate its bicentenary it has created seven historical gardens to show how horticulture has evolved over the last 200 years.
    • Tom discovered a passion for gardening and gained an NVQ in horticulture.
    • Ms Collins has never been able to go into her garden, despite having an NVQ in horticulture.
    • Will it help Kenya's 500,000 people employed in agriculture, horticulture and its ancillary industries?
    • During the decade and a half I lived in New England, my favorite hobby was horticulture.
    • His interest in gardening led him to study horticulture in both Hobart and Melbourne.
    • There is now also plenty of planting land available for the students to learn new skills in horticulture and hard landscaping.
    • Hom is very fond of English horticulture and commissioned an English landscape gardener to design his garden.
    • Ornamental horticulture often plays an important role in the conservation of plant species.
    • The show will also have sections for agriculture, horticulture, arts and crafts and cookery.
    • I signed up for a Horticultural Science degree thinking it would be mostly horticulture.
    • The Government must take immediate steps to protect wildlife on peat bogs and to signal an end to peat use in gardening and horticulture.
    • Even our resident neighbourhood expert, a woman with a degree in horticulture, was not very useful.
    • In horticulture, kiwifruit vines are trained onto pergola or T-bar support structures.
    • Linn attended agricultural school and concentrated on the study of ornamental horticulture.
    • The time has come to encourage our farmers to diversify into areas such as horticulture, floriculture and oilseeds.
    • The farmers in these areas continue to rely on agriculture rather than horticulture.
    • Jute has become invaluable, even in areas such as horticulture and gardening.