Definitions for "Cultivation"
Keywords:  pasture, aerate, tillage, crop, seedbed
The art or act of cultivating; improvement for agricultural purposes or by agricultural processes; tillage; production by tillage.
The process of preparing a field for planting using machinery
working the soil to prepare the land to grow crops, and care for the land while the crops are growing
Keywords:  mussel, seeded, oyster, pearl, mollusk
The state of being cultivated; advancement in physical, intellectual, or moral condition; refinement; culture.
refers to the process whereby an oyster or mussel is seeded, tended and harvested to produce a cultured pearl.
The collecting, growing of mycelia, inoculation onto special growth materials, and the harvesting of mushrooms using controlled methods.
The disturbance of soil and/or thatch layer without destroying the turfgrass (e.g. aerification, slicing, spiking, etc.).
A mechanical procedure such as spiking, grooving or core removal on established turf without destroying its sod characteristics.
a highly developed state of perfection; having a flawless or impeccable quality; "they performed with great polish"; "I admired the exquisite refinement of his prose"; "almost an inspiration which gives to all work that finish which is almost art"--Joseph Conrad
Cultivation is a game about the interactions within a gardening community. The resources needed for genetic propagation are tight, and relations can become tense. Cultivation explores self-interest, the common good, conflict, and compromise.
symbol] This symbol is used when there is clear evidence of general availability of the species in the trade—either seeds or nursery-grown plants, or both. (Note: When you buy plants, be sure they are indeed nursery-propagated and -grown and not wild "gathered." The former usually live and thrive; the latter usually don't!)
to maintain, and possibly increase, the interest of a prospect in a charity's programmes preparatory to the solicitation of a gift.
The process of gradually developing the interest of an important prospective contributor through exposure to the organization's activities, people, needs and plans.
A process of promoting or encouraging interest and/or involvement on the part of a potential donor or volunteer leader; an educative process to inform about an institution, reasons why it merits support.
Encouraging the growth of favored foods
Bestowal of time or attention for self-improvement or for the benefit of others; fostering care.
Keywords:  finest, beans, pulping, picked, coffee
Once the coffee cherries have been picked, the cultivation process begins. This refers to the many steps involved in pulping, cleaning, drying, sorting and grading to produce the finest quality of coffee beans.
socialization through training and education
The process by which the mass media (particularly television) construct a version of social reality for the public.
Keywords:  plant, fruit, maintenance, mature, care
general care and maintenance for plant growth.
the act of processing the fruit of a mature plant