a person or thing that cultivates.
an implement drawn between rows of growing plants to loosen the earth and destroy weeds.
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How to use cultivator in a sentence
We are excited to see the ordinance come to fruition, and we hope as cultivators it mimics the state without significant additional regulations added on the local level that will make it economically prohibitive.Environment Report: Would-Be Cannabis Farmers Face Big Challenges | Jackie Bryant | July 19, 2021 | Voice of San Diego
Farmers have been protesting changes to India’s agricultural laws they say would undermine their autonomy as cultivators.What have India’s farmers achieved after six months of protests? | Surinder S. Jodhka | June 4, 2021 | Quartz
That’s because urban cannabis production, led by home-brew cultivators and out-of-state corporations, is leading to rent hikes in desirable artist respites like Oakland and Seattle.
Since then, a fast-growing community of small-scale cultivators and genetic tinkerers has sprung up around the country and the world.
Elected officials voted 4-1 in support of a proposal that will lay the groundwork for dispensaries, cultivators, testing facilities and more.Morning Report: San Diegans Are Drowning in Water Debt | Voice of San Diego | January 28, 2021 | Voice of San Diego
Leo was angry, and said nothing till the dawn broke, and the cultivator came to yoke the Bull to his work.
The cultivator who then owned him was much annoyed, for there was a field still unploughed.
The Girl went away to talk to the cultivator's wife and baby, and the afternoon ploughing began.
No other cultivator of the soil gains as many friends as the tobacco-grower.Tobacco; Its History, Varieties, Culture, Manufacture and Commerce | E. R. Billings.
If the cultivator has not caused corn or sesame to grow in the field, he shall not alter his bonds.The Oldest Code of Laws in the World | Hammurabi, King of Babylon
British Dictionary definitions for cultivator
a farm implement equipped with shovels, blades, etc, used to break up soil and remove weeds
a person or thing that cultivates
a person who grows, tends, or improves plants or crops
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