Horticultural definition

Horticultural use means the land is primarily and directly used to grow fruits, vegetables, berries, nuts and other foods for human consumption, feed for animals, tobacco, flowers, sod, trees, nursery or greenhouse products, and ornamental plants and shrubs for sale in the regular course of business or grow forest products under a forest management plan certified by the State Forester. It also includes land areas that are primarily and directly used in a related manner and are necessary to raising the products or preparing them for market. G.L. c. 61A, § 2.
Horticultural means land used for production of flowers, shrubs, fruits and ornamentals.
Horticultural means the cultivation of the ground for the purpose of growing fruits, vegetables, plants or flowers, including non-soil bound operations such as hydroponics;

Examples of Horticultural in a sentence

Agricultural or Horticultural Use – The use of land for common farmsite activities, including but not limited to, the production, harvesting, storage, grading, packaging, processing, and the wholesale and retail marketing of crops, plants, animals, and other related commodities and the use and application of techniques and methods of soil preparation and management, fertilization, weed, disease, and pest control, disposal of farm waste, irrigation, drainage and water management, and grazing.

Horticultural specialties, including nursery stock, ornamental shrubs, ornamental trees and flowers.

Horticultural polyhouses or hoop houses used for propagating, growing, or overwintering plants shall be considered farm machinery and equipment under this item (11).

Horticultural polyhouses or hoop houses used for propagating, growing, or overwintering plants shall be considered farm machinery and equipment under this item (7).

Unless specifically indicated otherwise, and in that case only to the specific extent indicated, the provisions of this Ordinance shall not apply to Agricultural or Horticultural Use and Development (as defined at438H§ 3.2).

Horticultural polyhouses or hoop houses used for propagating, growing, or overwintering plants shall be considered farm machinery and equipment under this item (2).

Horticultural specialties, including nursery stock ornamental shrubs, ornamental trees and flowers.

Such relief shall apply with respect to the requirements of Article 5, Zone District Regulations, § 6.10.3A, Agricultural and Horticultural Development, and § 8.1, Residential Cluster Development, with the exception that for the items listed at E, below, relief shall in addition require prior authorization of the Highlands Council.

In case of Avenue and Horticultural plants, 100% survival should be shown during the entire period of contract.

Vice President, Northwest Horticultural Council (Yakima, 1985-92).


More Definitions of Horticultural

Horticultural means of or relating to horticulture. 110 CSR §2.5.17

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