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Harvest

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

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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.
With nearly four more weeks for Mumm to complete picking grapes, McNeill reports Pinot Noir and Chardonnay yields similar to the 1999 harvest.
The trees chosen for harvest, then and now, are not the biggest and greenest, but the less vigorous.
Nasdaq:RBOT), the leader in medical robotics, today announced the successful completion of more than 500 endoscopic internal mammary artery harvest procedures with robotic assistance.
That means the methods they will employ throughout the production and harvest process will vary.
Forest managers were rewarded for keeping harvest levels up and expenses down.
By taking advantage of forecasts for the Pacific, farmers in Zimbabwe could try to predict the coming harvests before actually planting, Cane's group writes in the July 21 Nature.
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 `A' stress scenario of cash flows reflects production declines of 40 percent from the initial harvest schedule developed by Scotia and price declines of approximately 16 percent from price levels for the six month period ended June 30, 1992, (or approximately 40 percent from current price levels).
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.
Part of this trend is the result of increases in labor productivity, and part is due to lower timber harvests unrelated to the protection of old-growth owl habitat.
DISNEY HARVESTS YEAR-ROUND FOOD DRIVE FOR CENTRAL FLORIDA