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the yield from plants in a single growing season

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the consequence of an effort or activity

the gathering of a ripened crop

the season for gathering crops

gather, as of natural products

remove from a culture or a living or dead body, as for the purposes of transplantation

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Because of minimum size requirements for the legal take of lobster, harvestable individuals should be most abundant early in the season as a result of growth during the seasonal closure.
What it does is it stops the water going up through the plant so it won't produce a harvestable bunch so there can't be any fruit come off those trees and so it dies.
Crop growth and yield are the ability of the crop to capture resources--light, water, and nutrients--and the efficiency with which the crop converts these resources into biomass and harvestable product.
You'll end up with a trench of edible growing potatoes - even the earliest of potatoes will not be harvestable to mid-June and any attempts to lift will cause damage to the bean plants.
Marine Scotland will work out an estimated annual harvestable surplus of salmon which may be killed by taking a five-year average of the percentage of salmon caught and released.
Healthy, self-sustaining, harvestable salmon and steelhead runs are simply good for business.
However, in 2004 the fishery was closed due to low numbers of shellfish of a harvestable size.
Not only does this more than double the harvestable wind regime, but winds at higher elevations are stronger and more reliable.
Recently, a new species of sea squirt (a slimy pink marine animal) showed up in Puget Sound, Washington, alarming shellfish growers (sea squirts can overgrow harvestable blue mussels).
We only harvest about one-quarter of a percentage point of our harvestable trees," Holmes maintains.
It was expected that the business would not have harvestable trees (and, hence no cashflow) for perhaps a decade or more (a factor critical to whether the donees received a current economic benefit from gifts of LLC interests).
For dismantlers who wish to continue preparing their own scrap, Al-jon now offers its ELV (end-of life vehicle) system, which includes a system to extract fluids and pull out harvestable components from an auto hulk before it is compressed by the attached logger.
For example, if the population estimate for zone 1 is 200 moose, State considers the total harvestable surplus as 10 moose.
The company has a HTI concession of 268,585 hectares and 76,000 hectares have been harvestable.
Although tiny Acadia, at just 45,000 acres of land and easements, can't compete on cash volume, the national park nonetheless pumps out more financial value per acre than do any of Maine's harvestable woodlands--pretty good for a place where all the vegetation is left upright.