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How to use arboriculture in a sentence

I have never met with the verb in that sense elsewhere, but overtop is evermore the appropriate term in arboriculture.
NOTES AND QUERIES, NUMBER 189, JUNE 11, 1853VARIOUS
Coffee planters combat pests and diseases principally with sprays, as in other lines of advanced arboriculture.
ALL ABOUT COFFEEWILLIAM H. UKERS
The success of arboriculture on the formerly treeless plains and plateaus, however, decreases as one travels westward.
NORTH AMERICAISRAEL C. RUSSELL
If Mr. Langly had gone into arboriculture instead of into the ministry, he would have planted nothing but weeping-willows.
THE STILLWATER TRAGEDYTHOMAS BAILEY ALDRICH
On the panels outside are arranged the tools and implements of arboriculture and forestry.
LIPPINCOTT'S MAGAZINE, VOL. 22, AUGUST, 1878VARIOUS
They have no business under any known theory of arboriculture to be beautiful, but beautiful they are.
IRELAND UNDER COERCION (2ND ED.) (2 OF 2) (1888)WILLIAM HENRY HURLBERT
An interesting and instructive book dealing with a phase of arboriculture hitherto not touched upon.
FIFTY YEARS OF GOLFHORACE G. HUTCHINSON
The most useful guide to good arboriculture in the English language.
CATALOGUE OF MESSRS BLACKWOOD AND SONS' PUBLICATIONSVARIOUS
It does not deal with the individual tree and its planting and care,—that would be arboriculture.
STUDIES OF TREESJACOB JOSHUA LEVISON
But, in fact, two crops of the same kind of wood on the same soil is not according to the arboriculture which nature teaches.
BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE, VOLUME 67, NUMBER 414, APRIL, 1850VARIOUS

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