arboriculture

[ ahr-ber-i-kuhl-cher, ahr-bawr-, -bohr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF arboriculture
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ARBORICULTURE

He has not lived in vain, for he is a tree planter and believes in arboriculture.

A yearly grant for arboriculture is now made to every district.

Etna has many points of interest for all classes of scientific men, and not least for the student of arboriculture.

Government should inaugurate a thorough system of arboriculture, inviting and encouraging a real science.

Arboriculture was universal: the provinces of Valencia, Cordoba, and Toledo they filled with trees—fruit-trees and timber.

And I am not at all angry because you sing us the same old song about the English ploughs and arboriculture and silviculture.

But, in fact, two crops of the same kind of wood on the same soil is not according to the arboriculture which nature teaches.

I have never met with the verb in that sense elsewhere, but overtop is evermore the appropriate term in arboriculture.

The success of arboriculture on the formerly treeless plains and plateaus, however, decreases as one travels westward.

They have no business under any known theory of arboriculture to be beautiful, but beautiful they are.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR ARBORICULTURE

forestry

nounforest management
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