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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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Thus, an optimum pre- harvest management is required for superior quality in citrus fruits (Din et al.
That means the methods they will employ throughout the production and harvest process will vary.
1], 18 June 1996, 7 July 1996) and after the first and second harvests in 1997 (2 L [ha.
Forest managers were rewarded for keeping harvest levels up and expenses down.
During the 1991-1992 El Nino, southern Africa weathered its worst drought this century and cereal harvests throughout the region fell by half.
5 percent in 2004 while the value of the harvests jumped by nearly 12 percent, the California Forest Products Commission reported today in its second annual report on the state of the industry.
The Commission attributed the sharp decline in harvesting to two primary factors: a near-elimination of harvesting trees on government land and increasing regulatory red-tape that makes it harder and excessively expensive to responsibly harvest trees on privately-owned lands.
In contrast, the Forest Service, G4, and The Wilderness Society studies actually predict an increase in private timber-harvest levels in response to harvest declines and increased timber prices on federal lands.
9 million acres of timberlands in the two states verifies that Weyerhaeuser is meeting strict requirements to ensure that it grows and harvests trees in a manner that protects natural resources and renews forests.
Because Ontario loggers don't own their land, and the government loses money on every tree it harvests, neither has an economic incentive to replant.
Not only do winemakers expect a large harvest, they expect a great one -- coming on top of exceptional harvests in 1998 and 1999.
While the environmental community seeks to limit harvests of oldgrowth forests on public lands, the forest industry has actively pursued maintaining or even expanding current harvest levels.
Mumm harvests Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Pinot Gris and Pinot Meunier grapes, using its famous "Friendly Yellow Boxes" or FYBs, from over 50 vineyards in Napa Valley, including 150 estate acres.
Extrapolation from these volume tables projects timber growth on the entire forest, which provides foresters with the data to gauge timber harvests over a 10-year period.