cult-, -cultural, -culture, -cultures, -culturally, -cultrist

(Latin: to care for, to till [the ground], to cherish; to dwell, to inhabit)

horticulturist (s) (noun), horticulturists (pl)
Someone who strives to improve crop yields, quality, nutritional value, and resistance to insects, diseases, and environmental stresses: Horticulturists work in plant propagation, crop production, plant breeding and genetic engineering, plant biochemistry, plant physiology, and the storage, processing, and transportation of fruits, berries, nuts, vegetables, flowers, trees, shrubs, etc.
infanticulture (s) (noun), infanticultures (pl)
The education and social development of children.
interculture, intercultural
Referring to, relating to, involving, or representing different cultures or groups (the beliefs, customs, practices, and social behavior of a particular nation or people); such as, an intercultural marriage; an intercultural exchange in the arts; and intercultural understanding.
mariculture
1. The cultivation of marine organisms in their natural environment; especially, for the provision of nutrients or food.
2. Aquaculture in a marine setting; the cultivation of marine (saltwater) organisms under controlled conditions for the purpose of providing human food or for other uses; such as, the cultivation of oysters, or fish, for human consumption from a marine habitat.
3. The cultivation of oysters or fish for human food in a marine habitat.
menticulture
The cultivation of the mind and mental attitudes.
microculture
Organisms or living matter on a microscopic scale, as it pertains to hanging drops in Van Tieghem cells and other microscopic techniques.
monocultural
1. The cultivation of a single crop on a farm or in a region or country.
2. A single, homogeneous social culture without diversity or dissension.
monoculture
The cultivation of a single crop or species.
mosaiculture
The cultivation of beds of gardens that consist of plants with small foliage and different colors, arranged to form a pattern resembling that of a carpet.
multicultural
Relating to, consisting of, or participating in the cultures of different countries, ethnic groups, or religions.
nutriculture (s) (noun), nutricultures (pl)
Plants growing in nutrient solutions with or without soil medium; such as, gravel or sand to provide mechanical support: Nutriculture is a method of gardening indoors for plants that are grown in clay pebbles or in a rockwool cubes because they have an abundant supply of oxygen for their roots.
oleiculture
The production, processing, and marketing of olives.
olericulture
1. The cultivation of pot-herbs or other esculent (edible) vegetables.
2. The processing and marketing of vegetables, as a branch of horticulture.
oligoculture
The cultivation of a few crops or species.
ostreicultural, ostriculture
The artificial breeding of oysters for the market; oyster-culture.