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But above all harvest as early as possible, if you would escape frosts and have a fair and salable crop; you may save much loss by this means.
What though I value the seed of these beans, and harvest that in the fall of the year?
He was far from a sanguine assurance that Sophia had any such affection towards him, as might promise his inclinations that harvest, which, if they were encouraged and nursed, they would finally grow up to require.
Designed to "minimize the impact that protecting the spotted owl will have on harvest levels," the SEIS calls for the protection of 1,000- to 3,000-acre blocks of owl habitat and the reduction of future harvests by only three percent.
Mumm harvests Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Pinot Gris and Pinot Meunier grapes, using its famous "Friendly Yellow Boxes" or FYBs, from over 50 vineyards in Napa Valley, including 150 estate acres.
Extrapolation from these volume tables projects timber growth on the entire forest, which provides foresters with the data to gauge timber harvests over a 10-year period.
Director of First Cardiac Clinic of Silesian Medical Academy in Katowice, Poland, has completed 50 IMA harvests with AESOP for minimal access bypass and commented: "One of the great advantages of AESOP is the ability to save three specific endoscopic positions and return to them on voice command throughout the procedure.
Several harvests of the aerial parts are possible by cutting plant back by about forty to fifty percent and then waiting for re-growth.
In fact, since 1976, the volume of trees growing in productive forests has been increasing at a rate greater than annual harvests.
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.
And, nonindustrial private landowners and others conducting small harvests will have a convenient, professional outlet for marketing their togs.
When the Pacific cooled, Zimbabwe received plentiful rains and farmers there reaped large maize harvests.