Cultivation refers to the preparation of a piece of land for growing crops.

See also:

"Cultivation" is in the HS Code "8432"
Agricultural, Horticultural Or Forestry Machinery For Soil Preparation Or Cultivation ; Lawn Or Spor

"Cultivation" is in the UNSPSC Code "70141707"
Cultivation farming system management

Ref: 123344/2006-10-01


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