agro-industrial

ag•ro-in•dus•tri•al

(ˌæg roʊ ɪnˈdʌs tri əl)
adj.
of or pertaining to the combined use of agricultural and industrial processes or methods, as in the production of food, chemicals, and fertilizers.
[1965–70]
ag′ro-in`dus•try (-ˌɪn də stri) n., pl. -tries.
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The task has been set to achieve an increase in the volume of export of processed products by 2.5 times within the program of development of the agro-industrial complex of Kazakhstan's Kostanay region, said a message posted on the website of Kazakhstan's Ministry of Agriculture.
They have expressed interest to lease a million hectares in different idle islands in the Philippines to set up agro-forestry and agro-industrial zones, energy centers and refineries, as well as industrial cities.
The first semester performance was driven by its branded value-added and agro-industrial businesses, Purefoods told the Philippine Stock Exchange.