agro-

a combining form meaning “field,” “soil,” “crop production,” used in the formation of compound words: agronomy.

Origin:
< Greek, combining form of agrós tilled land. See acre

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agro-
 
combining form
denoting fields, soil, or agriculture: agronomy
 
[from Greek agros field]

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Another consideration is that new high tech agro techniques are cutting down a lot on usage of pesticides and herbicides.
Their economy is based on mineral and agro-processing.
But sugar now also forms the nucleus of a new agro-industrial and
  renewable-energy complex.
The economists were able to use measures of agro-climatic conditions to predict
  which parts of the world would adopt the plough.
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