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 Translation for 'potato cultivation' from English to Russian
сель.
картофелеводство {с}
potato cultivation
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сель.
рисоводство {с}
rice cultivation
нарк.сель.
коноплеводство {с}
hemp cultivation
нарк.сель.
коноплеводство {с}
cultivation of hemp
гастр.инстр.
картофелемялка {ж}
potato masher
сель.
картофелеводство {с}
potato growing
гастр.
картофельное блюдо {с}
potato dish
сель.
картофельное поле {с}
potato field
гастр.
картофельный суп {м}
potato soup
бот.пищ.T
батат {м} [Ipomoea batatas]
sweet potato
картофельный {adj}potato [attr.]
гастр.
картофельное пюре {с} [нескл.]
potato mash
жареный картофель {м}roast potato
гастр.
картофельные чипсы {мн}
(potato) crisps [Br.]
гастр.
картофельные чипсы {мн}
potato chips [Am.]
лежебока {м} {ж}couch potato [coll.]
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Usage Examples English
  • In the administration of Yokosuka Domain, Tadayuki improved the financial situation by encouraging sweet potato cultivation and research into sugar refining.
  • Agricultural activities, especially potato cultivation, are a serious threat to it.
  • Potato cultivation has been hampered by uncertified and low quality seed potatoes, lack of knowledge of newer technologies, and of pesticide application technique.
  • In Pre-European times, the west coast of the Āwhitu Peninsula was the site of Paorae, a flat sand dune land which was a major kūmara (sweet potato) cultivation site for Tāmaki Māori iwi.
  • Among other things, the area is known for potato cultivation and fishing.

  • In the middle of the same century, potato cultivation started in the dunes.
  • In Carahue, the potato cultivation has a significant position.
  • Potato cultivation was introduced for the first time in the neighbourhood of Bangalore by a Colonel Cuppage and continued by the botanist Benjamin Heyne.
  • In the northern Philippines, foxtail millet was once an important staple crop, until its later replacement by wet-rice and sweet potato cultivation.
  • Along with short grain white rice, much of Kutchan's surrounding area is devoted to potato cultivation.

  • Loppi is especially known for its potato cultivation, and the potato is classified as the municipality's title plant.
  • Because the Serbian populace often suffered famine, Obradović also introduced potato cultivation to Serbia.
  • He also promoted modern agricultural methods, such as the potato cultivation and pest control.
  • The southern limit of kūmara (sweet potato) cultivation was at Banks Peninsula at 43°S, and south of there a culture developed around "C.
  • He was interested in new methods of reclaiming fallow land, and took a leading role in introducing potato cultivation in the Marche region.

  • Because of conservative resistance to changes, despite a multitude of self-help books available, agricultural economy and agrarian social relations were changing slowly. Potato cultivation was becoming more common first in Silesia and Pomerania.
  • The Gewog has high potential for livestock and has established one milk processing unit one at Rukubjee. Potato cultivation dominates among the agriculture farming activities and most of the production were sold to Punatshangchu project through farmers group.
  • The largest industries in Mangarhi are potato cultivation and wheat farming. [...] There are a large number of cold storage units near Mangarhi in response to the demand for potato storage.
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