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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.
The aim of training was to equip and impart hand-on details of techniques for the establishment of cost effective structures to get maximum benefit in form of quality and quantity production of horticultural crops especially vegetables, although fruit nursery plants and Floricultural plants are frequently produce through Hydroponic techniques.
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investors in the floricultural sector to develop flowers farm of roses for supply in local market.
The coming period is likely to see a surge in demand for horticultural and floricultural plants.
In a study of Mexican floricultural workers, increasing levels of urinary dialkyl phosphates--measures of total organophosphate exposure--were associated with increasing levels of serum TSH and the TH total thyroxine (Lacasana et al.
'Prajwal' were obtained from Floriculture farm, ASPEE College of Horticulture and Forestry, Navsari Agricultural University, Navsari (Gujarat) and brought to the Floricultural laboratory at ambient temperature (20-25oC).
Meanwhile, Agriculture Undersecretary Evelyn Lavina told cultivators to be part of the drafting of a future floricultural road map, adding that there would be no point to raising the varieties if there was nowhere to go, despite the niche of the plants.
It is the major source of fish for the surrounding communities, neighbouring towns and also provides fresh water for the numerous hotels, horticultural, floricultural and geothermal industries in the area.