Noun(1) someone concerned with the science or art or business of cultivating the soil(2) a farm implement used to break up the surface of the soil (for aeration and weed control and conservation of moisture
(1) Sometimes referred to as a hand fork, the cultivator is used for weeding, and as its name implies, for cultivating the soil.(2) For flowerbeds, a good hoe or cultivator will be a lot more labor intensive, but probably as effective if you are diligent.(3) They got too tall to clear out with the cultivator , so Fred and I and the two other farm hands had to hoe a six-acre field by hand.(4) In the same jurisdiction in 1787, a merchant's victorious request that a cultivator cease passing with his cattle resulted in 45 livres in court expenses.(5) Cultivation was never done with a plow or a cultivator , but always with a hoe.(6) Selective cultivation may be performed with a rotary hoe, rolling cultivator, shovel cultivator , or similar implement.(7) The farmer is making a few last turns with his cultivator , sweeping up, so to speak, the last bit of straw left at the corners of the field.(8) For small areas or around plants, working the lime into the soil with a spade or cultivator is preferable.(9) The Hawaiian farmer of ancient times was a superior cultivator who systematically identified and named plants - both those cultivated as well as the wild species gathered for use when crops failed.(10) Before plants bloom, loosen the surface soil with a hoe or hand cultivator .(11) Biblical scholars who name Noah as the first cultivator of wine grapes describe him as settling down after the flood to become the first wine maker.(12) A cultivator is also useful for working amendments such as compost or manure into the soil.(13) Provide high-quality small-scale tools such as trowel, cultivator , rake, and hoe.(14) The small rototiller / cultivators that have become popular in recent years have a difficult time working in dry, compacted soil.(15) The rate of urbanization is low, with most of the people still living as cultivators and pastoralists in dispersed hamlets, cattle camps, villages, and oases.(16) Inspired by the success of Danish trout farmers, salmon cultivators found Norway's sheltered fjords ideal for farming salmon in ocean net pens.
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