viticulture

[ vit-i-kuhl-cher, vahy-ti- ]SEE DEFINITION OF viticulture
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Again it is climate that sets the seal of approval on the region for viticulture.

Viticulture is one of the more recent industries of Uruguay.

Viticulture is of importance, particularly in the Lewiston valley.

It has been widely disseminated and its place in viticulture should soon be known.

Between 1880 and 1890, viticulture scarcely held its own in this division.

Cotton cultivation and viticulture are carried on in some districts.

In the preceding paragraphs we have seen that four species of grapes constitute the foundation of American viticulture.

There are two subspecies of Vitis stivalis which promise much for American viticulture.

Skilled labor is required to cultivate the vine, and such labor can be freely secured only in centers of viticulture.

Viticulture is commercially important in several other regions than those outlined.

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