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Harvest

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A highly scalable, customisable system for discovering resources on the Internet.

Version: 1.3.

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2) Total BFI of harvestable timber set aside in the selected stands cannot exceed T.
In refuge management, fishing is allowed only in harvestable areas where fish density is assumed to be less than in refuge areas.
As is shown in the figure, the three rattan species differ greatly in terms of the total number of harvestable clumps/ha ([greater than or equal to]4.
Imagine seeing our river's most valued fish species return in improved numbers year after year, until the native wild runs support a harvestable fishery without augmentation.
All the mustards, rocket and mizuna will give you harvestable crops in a few weeks.
Linear Technology announces the LTC3330, a complete regulating energy harvesting solution that delivers up to 50mA of continuous output current to extend battery life when harvestable energy is available.
However, understanding how genes control complex plant traits, such as drought tolerance, time to flowering, and harvestable yield, remains challenging.
The treatment is tailored to the food, but information is provided on such matters as physiology, major post-harvest pests and diseases, handling, nutritional value and human health, and harvestable plant parts.
For more than 40 years, Pioneer has bred leading wheat varieties in the United States to increase harvestable yield and yield stability, and is the market leader in the soft winter wheat segment.
The higher the maturity level the shorter the season the crop needs to get from seed to harvestable maize,'' said Mr Morgan.
After the first molt since being v-notched, 97% of lobsters were harvestable (according to southern New England lobster management definitions at the time of the restoration effort); 59% of lobsters had v-notches less than 6.
Many logging companies were forced to search further away from consuming mills for harvestable areas.