Harvested

Some articles on harvested:

Melliferous Flower
... Many plants are melliferous, but only certain examples can be harvested by honey bees, because of their physiognomy (body size and shape, length of proboscis, etc ... the flowering period, as well as the resources harvested by bees (Nectar, pollen, propolis, and honeydew) ...
Stumpage
... Historically, the price was determined on a basis of the number of trees harvested, or “per stump” ... To determine stumpage, any stand that will be harvested by the firm is first assessed and appraised through processes aimed at finding the volume of timber that is to ... A given stumpage rate, measured in $/volume, is then applied to the amount of timber to be harvested ...
Fish Processing
... with fish and fish products between the time fish are caught or harvested, and the time the final product is delivered to the customer ... the term refers specifically to fish, in practice it is extended to cover any aquatic organisms harvested for commercial purposes, whether caught in wild fisheries or ...
Crop
... or cultivated plant (any plant) whose produce is harvested by man at some point of its growth stage ... have not been cultivated but whose produce are harvested, are not really classified as crops the same goes for plants which have been planted are are never harvested ... They are non-animal species or varieties grown to be harvested as food, livestock fodder, fuel or for any other economic purpose (for example, for use as dyes ...
Stock Assessment - Defining Stock
... In fisheries management, stock refers to a harvested or managed unit of a fish ... Stocks can be composed of multiple species due to their being harvested together or as a form of convenience for managers ... as river herring for management purposes due to their similar physical appearances and being harvested together ...

Famous quotes containing the word harvested:

    We are prisoners of the world’s demented sink.
    The soft enchantments of our years of innocence
    Are harvested by accredited experience
    Our fondest memories soon turn to poison
    And only oblivion remains in season.
    John Ashbery (b. 1927)