noun see viticulture

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  • Viticulturist — Vit i*cul tur*ist, n. One engaged in viticulture. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • viticulturist — viticulture ► NOUN 1) the cultivation of grapevines. 2) the study of grape cultivation. DERIVATIVES viticultural adjective viticulturist noun. ORIGIN from Latin vitis vine …   English terms dictionary

  • viticulturist — See viticultural. * * * …   Universalium

  • viticulturist — noun a person who grows grapes See Also: viticulture …   Wiktionary

  • viticulturist — n. one who cultivates grapevines …   English contemporary dictionary

  • viticulturist — viti·cul·tur·ist …   English syllables

  • viticulturist — noun a cultivator of grape vine • Hypernyms: ↑agriculturist, ↑agriculturalist, ↑cultivator, ↑grower, ↑raiser * * * | ̷ ̷ ̷ ̷|kəlch(ə)rə̇st noun : a practicer of viticulture : a producer of grapes or vineyards * * * …   Useful english dictionary

  • William Thompson (viticulturist) — William Thompson () was a viticulturist. He emigrated to California (near Yuba City) in 1863 and developed the Thompson Seedless table grape (see Sultana), which is also used for grape juice and wine, as well as 95% of the raisins produced in… …   Wikipedia

  • BUSBY, James (1801-1871) — viticulturist and administrator son of John Busby (q.v.), was born in Edinburgh on 7 February 1801. He was well educated, and had made a study of viticulture in France. He came to Australia with his father on 24 February 1824, obtained a grant of …   Dictionary of Australian Biography

  • Irrigation in viticulture — A vineyard with a drip irrigation system running along the bottom of the vines The role of irrigation in viticulture is considered both controversial and essential to wine production. In the physiology of the grapevine, water is a vital component …   Wikipedia

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