The Harvest

Some articles on harvest, the harvest:

Sweet Oranges - Cultivation - Harvest
... Canopy-shaking mechanical harvesters are increasingly being used in Florida to harvest oranges ...
Lord Of The Harvest
... Lord of the Harvest is a 1993 album by Bootsy Collins under the alias Zillatron (a.k.a ... Lord of the Harvest is dedicated to the memory of Parliament-Funkadelic lead guitarist Eddie Hazel who died some months earlier in December 1992 ... A remastered version of Lord of the Harvest was reissued in 2003 by Laswell's Innerhythmic label ...
The Harvest Festival in Britain - Customs and Traditions
... An early harvest festival used to be celebrated at the beginning of the harvest season on 1 August and was called Lammas, meaning 'loaf Mass' ... the Communion bread during a special service thanking God for the harvest ... seem to have been firmly established around the gathering of the final harvest ...
Harvest - Other Uses
... Harvest commonly refers to grain and produce, but also has other uses ... In addition to fish and timber, the term harvest is also used in reference to harvesting grapes for wine ... Instead of harvest, the term exploit is also used, as in exploiting fisheries or water resources ...
Cultivation Of Tobacco - Harvest
... As the industrial revolution approached America, the harvesting wagons that transported leaves were equipped with man powered stringers, an apparatus that used twine to attach leaves to a pole ... In modern times large fields are harvested by a single piece of farm equipment, though topping the flower and in some cases the plucking of immature leaves is still done by hand ...

Famous quotes containing the word harvest:

    The harvest truly is plenteous, but the labourers are few.
    Bible: New Testament Jesus, in Matthew, 9:37.

    Jesus, on the lack of proselytizers to the multitude, before sending out his apostles endowed with healing powers. Also in Luke 10:2, “The harvest truly is great ......”

    For I have had too much
    Of apple-picking: I am overtired
    Of the great harvest I myself desired.
    Robert Frost (1874–1963)