Translation for 'viticulture' from English to Russian
NOUN   viticulture | -
SYNO viniculture | viticulture
виноградарство {с}
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Translation for 'viticulture' from English to Russian

виноградарство {с}виносель.
Usage Examples English
  • The area is known mostly for viticulture.
  • Miroslav is known for viticulture and apricot growing.
  • The local economy is based on viticulture and tourism related to viticulture. See Rhineland-Palatinate for a further description of the local viticulture.
  • Vlčnov is known for viticulture and wine production.
  • Moravian Slovakia is noted for its viticulture.

  • Although it was initially a centre for stone extraction, today viticulture is the main economic sector of the village, known for Romanian wine.
  • One of Grayson's unique offerings is in viticulture and enology, housed on the west campus which also houses the work of Denison resident T.V.
  • Ebringen is known for the oldest recorded viticulture between Freiburg and Basel east of the Rhine River, although there is archaeological evidence for viticulture having been introduced in the region by the Romans sometime in the first century AD.
  • Winkler's book "General Viticulture" (1st edition 1962, several later editions) became an international classic and is perhaps his greatest contribution to viticulture.
  • Becker taught viticulture students and master vintagers.

  • In 1959 he graduated from the Georgian Research Institute of Horticulture, Viticulture and Wine-Making, and from 1976–1982 he was Deputy Director of the Research Institute for Science there.
  • The agronomist Mago that lived in the city of Carthage, wrote a treaty about agronomy and viticulture, from which its techniques are still used until this day.
  • Schools in Australia tend to offer a "bachelor of viticulture" or "master of viticulture" degree.
  • Brod nad Dyjí is known for viticulture.
  • The institution is being shaped as a regional museum with a strong accent on viticulture, grape growing and notably wine from the Small Carpathian viticulture region.

  • The Sakara Viticulture and Winemaking Scientific-Research Station plays an important role in developing viticulture in the Zestafoni Region.
  • He was also a professor of viticulture from 1870 to 1896, and he created the school vineyard in 1876 to test the American vine-stock’s resistance to phylloxera.
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