[ uh-gron-uh-mist ]
/ əˈgrɒn ə mɪst /
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an expert in the science of soil management and the production of field crops: Agronomists discovered that the region could be made remarkably more productive by adding lime to reduce the soil's acidity.
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Origin of agronomist
Words nearby agronomist
agro-industry, agrology, agromania, agron., agronomics, agronomist, agronomy, agrostemma, agrostography, agrostology, agrotechnician
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How to use agronomist in a sentence
The activist, an agronomist named Arturo Hernandez Cordona, is said to have replied.Mexico’s First Lady of Murder Is on the Lam|Michael Daly|October 29, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The Agronomist Directed by Jonathan Demme Oscar-winning filmmaker Jonathan Demme has been fascinated by Haiti for years.Speed Read: The Best Books on Haiti|The Daily Beast|January 15, 2010|DAILY BEAST