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Harvest

(tool, networking)
A highly scalable, customisable system for discovering resources on the Internet.

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What though I value the seed of these beans, and harvest that in the fall of the year?
As it was, Ben ate his roast beef to-night with a serene sense of having stolen nothing more than a few peas and beans as seed for his garden since the last harvest supper, and felt warranted in thinking that Alick's suspicious eye, for ever upon him, was an injury to his innocence.
I thought she'd ha' no sperrit for th' harvest supper."
"So in your parts, too, the harvest is nothing to boast of, Count?" he went on, continuing the conversation they had begun.
All the nights were close and hot during that harvest season.
After the survey was completed, both the reported and projected harvests were calculated.
Moist forests historically contributed more than three-quarters of the BLM's timber harvest. When harvests were reduced under the Clinton administration's Northwest Forest Plan, most of the reductions came in the moist forests because of their extent and their high productivity.
Manual removal of understory has been ineffective due to high labor demand and low productivity (Bolding and Lanford 2005), and mechanical fuel treatments are different from typical harvests because they involve partial cutting, with small diameter materials requiring the most effort and larger diameter materials the least; in that sense, they are similar to thinning operations.
Today, legal harvests of wild sturgeon total some 3,000 metric tons (t) per year--down from a 1977 peak of more than 30,000 t, according to a survey of sturgeon trends reported by Pikitch, Doukakis, and their colleagues in the September 2005 Fish and Fisheries.
THE RECOMMENDATION of not harvesting alfalfa during a critical fall rest period based on calendar dates is often questioned, as the regrowth interval between the last two harvests appears to be a greater determinant of winter survival and spring regrowth than calendar dates (Sheaffer et al., 1986).
Mother Nature played rough with apple harvests on the East Coast this year, where a triple weather whammy of mild winter, frosty spring, and droughty summer combined to give Virginia its worst fall apple harvest in 20 years, according to the Washington Post.
RIGA, Aug 8 (LETA) - After two years of poor harvests, farmers can finally breath a sigh of relief, as not only the grain harvest is expected to be good this year, but also the fruit and berry harvest, the head of Latvian Council for Cooperation of Agriculturalist Organizations (LOSP) Edgars Treibergs told LETA.