Definitions for "Agricultural"
relating to or used in or promoting agriculture or farming; "agricultural engineering"; "modern agricultural (or farming) methods"; "agricultural (or farm) equipment"; "an agricultural college"
relating to rural matters; "an agrarian (or agricultural) society"; "farming communities"
Agricultural engineering involves every aspect of food production, processing, marketing, and distribution. Agricultural engineers design and develop agricultural and food processing equipment, irrigation systems, grain storage facilities, feed mills, and farm structures.
This is a planning condition which permits the erection of a residential dwelling providing it is occupied by a person employed or associated with working on the land. Properties subjected to such a covenant are effectively "blighted" by this stipulation and values are relatively low because they cannot be sold to anyone who fails to meet the conditions imposed, unless the planning authorities agree to lift the covenant.
and Forestal District: Land areas voluntarily designated as districts by landowners. Must have a core of 200 contiguous acres. Adopted by the Board of Supervisors by ordinance, which establishes the district for a length of time from 4 to 10 years. The Board may impose development restriction. Use-value assessment is guaranteed by the state ordinance.
Refers to commercial development, planning and economics of crops or plantings or other renewable resources.
land planted to grasses or rowcrops Corn is the primary agricultural crop in our state.
Keywords:  unskilled, lofting, cow, batting, adj
adj. (of a batting shot) unskilled, often lofting the ball into the air on the leg side. cf. cow shot.
hydrate is a relatively coarse, unrefined form of hydrated lime, used mainly for adjusting the acidity of soils.
Of or pertaining to agriculture; connected with, or engaged in, tillage; as, the agricultural class; agricultural implements, wages, etc.
living in landscapes dominated by human agriculture.