agro- (Greek: land, soil, field [or fields], earth; wild, as one who lives in the fields; wildness; savage, savageness).
The study of the breeding, nutrition, and growth of crops, especially in relation to soil management.
An expert or specialist in agrobiology.
1. Agriculture in which there is integrated management of trees or shrubs along with conventional crops or livestock.
2. In modern applications, it now refers to the deliberate growing of woody perennials on the same unit of land as agricultural crops or animals.
An expert or specialist in agrology; a professional agriculturist.
The branch of agriculture dealing with the science of soils.
One engaged in the study of agronomy; a rural economist.
1. The management of land, rural economy, husbandry.
2. The theory and practice of agricultural management, crop production, and husbandry.
A morbid impulse to live in the open country or in solitude, sometimes a symptom of schizophrenia.
A person who has a morbid impulse to live in open country or in solitude.
Any creature (or plant) that thrives in cultivated soils.
Having a natural habitat in grain fields.
Thriving in cultivated soils.
The growing of crops and trees in the same units of land. A subdivision of agroforestry.
The combination growing of crops, trees, and pasture/animals in the same units of land; a subdivision of agroforestry.
An innovative technology designed to render agricultural production more efficient and profitable.agro-industry: