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harvest in Crops topic

harvestharvest2 ●○○ verb  1 [intransitive, transitive]TACGROW PLANTS, VEGETABLES ETC to gather crops from the fields2 [transitive] to take or collect for use, especially to take a part of someone’s body to put into someone else’s body His family has given permission for his organs to be harvested.→ See Verb table
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harvestDespite increases in yield per acre, that has led to a steady decline in the amount of dates harvested.Key to the measures is testing for the fungus before each field is harvested.For Ken Stanier, who's been harvesting apples for 40 years, it's good news.Cantaloupes needed to be harvested in the Imperial Valley in May.The group scatters to harvest the guavas.Once again this autumn, I lost the race with the squirrels to harvest the hazel nuts.And like the swallows that harvest the thin fields of air, we must become harvesters of ever more intangible fields.Harvest tip Instead of harvesting the whole cabbage, cut the head leaving a short stump.