Agriculture, or husbandry is the art, science, or practice of producing food, feed, fiber, and many other desired goods by the systematic raising of plants (from seeds to make beans and vegetables) and animals. It is commonly referred to as farming. In actual usage, agriculture denotes a broad array of activities essential to food and material production, including all techniques for raising and processing livestock no less than those essential to crop planting and harvesting.

Agricultural management Edit

Many planetary governments had people or departments dedicated solely to agriculture:

Agricultural planets and planetary regions Edit

Certain planets and regions of planets are better suited for agriculture than others:

Agricultural colonies Edit

Colonies were generally – although not always – civilian outposts established for agricultural or commercial purposes. The following colonies have been mentioned specifically as having an agricultural purpose:

Agricultural occupations Edit

Agricultural products Edit

A scene cut from "True Q" had Amanda Rogers musing that maybe she should study agriculture and then have a big farm somewhere. [1]
In the novel Worlds of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Volume One, Keiko O'Brien oversees the planet Cardassia's agricultural renewal in late 2376.

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