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harvesting

[′här·və·stiŋ]
(agriculture)
The gathering of mature field crops.

harvesting

Reducing the amount of runoff water before it can cause flooding. See also: Water management systems
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33%) of fruit harvested on November 15th and increased significantly with incremental delay in harvesting and was the highest (26.
Our science has advanced to the point that we now envision a single laboratory serving multiple continents utilizing an efficient method of cell propagation and harvesting on a commercial scale.
In the same vein, the problem of harvesting a data repository's additional metadata formats (beyond unqualified Dublin Core) can be a difficult task.
On the contrary, we believe timber harvesting is a necessary ingredient in good forest management.
Competitive product comparisons and the value customers should expect from the new harvesting systems from John Deere
At Normandin, harvesting a third time at 400 GDD reduced seasonal DMY of 1998 for both cultivars as compared with plots harvested only twice (Table 3).
This new study looks at harvesting from the inside out, based on interviews with more than 20 entrepreneurs, investors and advisors who have been closely involved in a number of harvests.
In her harvesting work with the experimental blades, conducted in 1985 and 1987, Unger-Hamilton observed dramatic variations in the availability of wild cereals and other wild plants.
designs, manufactures and markets a proprietary line of energy-saving and daylight harvesting electronic dimming ballasts for the commercial lighting industry.
In order to obtain a loan for the machines, Mattagami First Nations had to secure a harvesting contract with Tembec and Domtar - something Boissoneau believes they were ready to accept.
Harvesting height was about 4 cm, and there was little leaf area remaining.
Under the umbrella of the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC), eight regional groups are establishing criteria to assess whether producers are using sustainable harvesting for their wood, maintaining habitat and biodiversity, and providing social and economic benefits to communities.