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AGRICULTURE. The art of cultivating the earth in order to obtain from it the divers things it can produce; and particularly what is useful to man, as grain, fruit's, cotton, flax, and other things. Domat, Dr. Pub. liv. tit. 14, s. 1, n. 1.

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The financing shall be available on long term basis for establishment, expansion and balancing, modernisation & replacement (BMR) of steel/metal/concrete silos, warehouses & cold storage facilities for storing agricultural produce.
The government in Belling will take steps to prevent a flood of imported agricultural produce that would disrupt the farming economy--for instance, no more than 5 per cent of grain consumption is to be imported for reasons of national security--and it is replacing fees with a unified tax.
Purpose: Threshing and drying of agricultural produce like maize, rice, sesame.
BEIRUT: Economy Minister Alain Hakim vowed Monday to step up efforts to secure financing aimed at helping farmers to export Lebanon's agricultural produce by a sea route.
LAHORE -- Farmers should adopt organic farming method to have good quality agricultural produce and earn maximum profit.
This type of protest has become chronic in Bulgaria, where the marked of agricultural produce is dominated by potent re-sellers.
When this balance is achieved, the spraying of pesticides is reduced to a minimum, and the agricultural produce can be picked at the optimal time, with no fear of chemical residues.
The society's president, Abdullah Khalfan Shuraiqi, briefed the Ruler on its future plans to promote and support the farmers and improve the quality of agricultural produce and to communicate with the major companies specialised in marketing to serve the farmers and address their 
problems.
In 2010, they have dealt with 130,000 cases involving areas like production of edible agricultural produce, food production, food circulation, catering services and food exports and imports.
A senior official told M AIL T ODAY that the agriculture ministry has received the report of a subcommittee of the Prime Minister's trade and industrial council which has recommended that corporates should be given national licenses to start their own mandis to buy agricultural produce.
The meeting provided the opportunity to deepen thinking on prospects for agricultural co-operation between Tunisia and the EU, particularly as part of the new European policy aimed to liberalise the exchange of agricultural produce.
But the picture is changing now - with fossil fuel prices touching new highs and agricultural produce returns in the doldrums, the cost gap is narrowing.

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