harvesting

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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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According to Rain Harvesting System co-founder Robert Lenney, a customized rain harvesting system can collect thousands of gallons of fresh rainwater annually by taking advantage of collecting rain that falls on the roof during the fall-winter-spring months.
Modesto resident and Rain Harvesting Systems co-founder and Modesto resident John Lewis sees rainwater collection as a critical tool for Central Valley homeowners facing drought restrictions.
A typical rain harvesting system consists of a first stage water filter called Gutterglove gutter guard that deflects leaves, pine needles and even sand from the gutter; then a secondary filter, called a roof washing system; a rainwater pump and a water storage tank.