Environmental/Biological Terms

Anthroponics
hydroponics system that uses human waste like urine as the source of nutrients for the cultivated plants
Apiculture
 Honeybee rearing
Aquaculture
is the farming of fish, crustaceans, molluscs, aquatic plants, algae, and other aquatic organisms.
Arboriculture
Cultivation, management, study of individual trees, shrubs, vines and other woody plants
Aviculture
 the breeding and rearing of birds.
Citriculture
 the cultivation of citrus fruit trees.
Floriculture
 Flowering or ornamental plants
Horticulture
 Fruit production
Hydroculture
 the growing of plants in a soilless medium, or an aquatic based environment
Hydroponics
 the method of growing plants without soil, using mineral nutrientsolutions in a water solvent
Moriculture
 Cultivation of mulberry
Olericulture
 Vegetable cultivation
Pisciculture
 Fish farming
Pomology
Fruits
Sericulture
 Silk production
Sylviculture
 Cultivation of fodder crops
Vermiculture
Earthworms
Viniculture
the cultivation of grapevines for winemaking.
Viticulture
Grapes


apiary
 (also known as a bee yard) is a place where beehives of honey bees are kept
 arboretum
 in a narrow sense is a collection of trees only. today, an arboretum is a botanical garden containing living collections of woody plants intended at least partly for scientific study.
aviary
 an enclosed area where birds are kept
magnanery
 the site of sericulture, or silk farming, similar to a farm being the site of agriculture.
pigsty
 a small building on a farm where pigs are kept
xylotheque
is a wood collection.

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  1. Pomology: Furits
    Please correct the spellings.

    Fruits

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      Thank you for pointing out the typo.

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