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flo·ri·cul·ture

 (flôr′ĭ-kŭl′chər)
n.
The cultivation of flowering and ornamental plants.

[Latin flōs, flōr-, flower; see flower + culture.]

flo′ri·cul′tur·al adj.
flo′ri·cul′tur·ist n.
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Adj.1.floricultural - of or relating to or involving floriculture
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whatever else the gardener does, he is not to make any floricultural noises under my window.
This is expected to increase access for Kenyan floricultural produce to new markets.
Unlike its French floricultural precursors, Stowe presents sudden shifts of scene, abrupt revelations, as well as spots at which to stop to absorb the visual effect.
In Al-shafa, agriculture creates income in areas like Ornamental, floricultural, vegetables or horticultural crops cultivation.
Two species, Blaps gigas and Pimelia valdani dominate tenebrionid beetles while Chrysomelidae are represented mainly by Timarcha tenebricosa and beetles by Heliotaurus caeruleus, floricultural species and Tentyria interruptus, xerophilous species and psammophile very abundant in the steppe and desert arid and a varied regime of the same type as that of the Blaps [83,6].
Rose is one of the most imperative ornamental crops in floricultural industry.
The first of the 19 chapters discuss how silicon mitigates the negative effects of selected abiotic stresses on plants; its role in enhancing the availability of various nutrients; the mechanism of nutrient regulation by silicon in mobilization and utilization during salt stress; the tolerance mechanism of plants; silicon-mediated alleviation of metal stress; the application of nanosilicon in agriculture systems; the effects of silicon supplementation on plant growth and changes in stress resistance, as well as silicon uptake and deposition in floricultural crops; and the agronomic, physiological and biochemical, and genetic and proteomic responses of different crop genotypes in the alleviation of salt stress by supplying silicon.
Foliar application of nutrients is gaining more importance in fertilization of various field and floricultural crops, in many countries.
The market for ornamental pineapple plants as a high-value floricultural product has been growing (Brainer & Oliveira, 2007).
If you look at industries such as the fast-growing floricultural sector, for example, ATI insurance could help these companies export to more countries.
The value added products from non-conventional floricultural crops like essential oil of rose, tube rose, jasmine etc, and plants extracts used in medicines and pharmaceutical industry were unique and had great potential