grower

[groh-er]
noun
1.
a person who grows something: He is a grower of flowers and vegetables.
2.
a person or thing that grows in a certain way: This plant is a quick grower.

Origin:
1555–65; grow + -er1

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grower (ˈɡrəʊə)
 
n
1.  a person who grows plants: a vegetable grower
2.  a plant that grows in a specified way: a fast grower
3.  a piece of music that is initially unimpressive but becomes more enjoyable after further hearings

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Example sentences
If you're seeking organic produce, ask the grower about her farming practices.
But a change in environment can turn a slow grower into a weed.
They can follow up with the grower and the supply chain.
The authorities may find one or two-a loss anticipated in the grower's business
  plan-without being able to trace ownership.
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