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  • Agronomy (redirect Agronomist)
    the Century, p. 448. Agronomists Agriculture Husbandry Soil Wikipedia has an article about: Agronomy Look up agronomy in Wiktionary, the
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  • favours the brave. Attributed by Pliny the Younger to his uncle during the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in which the Elder died Quoted in Pliny (1927) [c
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  • Columella (category Agronomists)
    facilius admittit. He allows very readily, that the eyes and footsteps of the master are things most salutary to the land. De Re Rustica, IV. 18: Quoted in Hoyt's
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  • Marcus Terentius Varro (category Agronomists)
    among the philosophers; Democritus the physicist; Xenophon the disciple of Socrates; Aristotle and Theophrastus, the peripatetics; Archytas the pythagorean;
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  • Roman statesman, often called "The Censor," Sapiens, Priscus, or Major (the Elder), to distinguish him from Cato the Younger (his great-grandson).
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  • Samuel Hartlib (category Agronomists)
    celebrated writer on husbandry in the last century, a gentleman much beloved and esteemed by Milton, in his preface to the work, commonly called his Legacy
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  • Norman Borlaug (category Agronomists)
    He is considered by some to be the "father of modern agriculture" and the father of the green revolution. He won the 1970 Nobel Peace Prize for his life's
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  • Walter Harte (category Agronomists)
    celebrated writer on husbandry in the last century, a gentleman much beloved and esteemed by Milton, in his preface to the work, commonly called his Legacy
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  • James Finlay Weir Johnston (category Agronomists)
    Scottish agronomist and agricultural chemist. He is best known as the co-founder of the British Association for the Advancement of Science. Among the friends
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  • Daniel Webster (category Agronomists)
    ability as an orator, Webster was one of the most important figures in the Second Party System from the 1820s to the 1850s. It is, Sir, as
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  • Arthur Young (category Agronomists)
    Lancaster (2001) The American Revolution, p. 16 An English agronomist, Arthur Young wrote to George Washington concerning the economics of the American experience
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  • Jean-Claude Rodet (category Agronomists)
    is a french-speaking Canadian author and trainer. He is a biologist, agronomist, zootechnician and nutritionist. Sers toi aussi bien de ton cerveau que
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  • Andrew Yarranton (category Agronomists)
    Yarranton (1619–1684) was an important English engineer and agriculturist, in the 17th century who was responsible for making several rivers into navigable
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  • Walter James, 4th Baron Northbourne (category Agronomists)
    in the 1920 Summer Olympics. "Intellectual Freedom", in Studies in Comparative Religion, Vol. 5, No.1. (Winter 1971) The idea has grown up that the scientific
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  • Ronald Fisher (category Agronomists)
    1962) was an evolutionary biologist, geneticist and statistician. He was the father-in-law of George Box. There is, then, in this analysis of variance
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  • William Cobbett (category Agronomists)
    the head, the neck, the shins, and the hoof of the ox, and the United States are the ribs, the sirloin, the kidneys, and the rest of the body. Ch. 2
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  • Anthony Fitzherbert (category Agronomists)
    treatise on agriculture, the Boke of Husbandry, (1523/34). Sir Anthony Fitzherbert, ‎Walter William Skeat The book of the husbandry. (1523/1882). An
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  • Hugh Plat (category Agronomists)
    was an English writer on agriculture and inventor, known from his works The Jewell House of Art and Nature (1594) and his major work on gardening Floraes
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  • Louis Bromfield (category Agronomists)
    winning the Pulitzer Prize and pioneering innovative scientific farming concepts. Truth may be found in the heart of a philosopher but seldom in the figures
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  • an agronomist and work in some remote corner of Russia after the war. I could not suppose that my country would change, and I would. Quoted in "The matter
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