Gross Harvest

Gross Harvest

 

of agricultural crops:

(1) Economic gross harvest is the volume of different crops cultivated, with a calculated factor of losses that appear to be unavoidable in given economic and organizational conditions and a given level of technology. Economic gross harvest data cover the years 1933-39.

(2) Gross harvest in the field means the production of different agricultural crops cultivated on currently utilized arable land at the moment of complete ripening of the harvest (the so-called biological harvest). Data for this category of gross harvest cover the period 1933-53.

The gross harvest of agricultural crops for the period 1933-53 has been recalculated as the gross product of the agricultural sector of the economy.

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When everyone can see that Russian tanks, Russian artillery are shooting, the Russian agents are roaming in Donetsk and Luhansk, we have lost 15% of the gross harvest because of them.
The expected gross harvest (harvest of the current year) is about 17 million tons, carryover - 4 million tons, that is, the export potential - 8-9 million tons," Khasenov added.
The agricultural division's results were strong due to favourable weather conditions during the 2010-11 harvesting season: gross harvest nearly doubled YoY from 118,600 tonnes to 230,500 tonnes, while cultivated land decreased 14% YoY to 56,800 ha.
We expect to achieve a sustained gross Harvest operated production rate in excess of 1,000 BOPD when the above-mentioned seven wells are all producing routinely in April 2011;