Solution:Sericulture is considered the rearing of silkworms for obtaining silk.
Silk is a natural fibre that is obtained from animals. The silk fibre is obtained from cocoons. The practice of raising silkworms and harvesting their silk is known as sericulture. In sericulture, the caterpillars of the domestic silkmoth, also known as "Bombyx Mori," are the most often employed silkworm species. Silviculture is a practice of developing and caring for forests.