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Late summer is a good time to start garlic for the springtime harvest, as well as cool-weather crops like kale, chard, broccoli, beets, and peas.

The majority of the sales are related to barter trading with farmers getting fertilizers and chemicals before planting in exchange for part of the harvest.

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When compared to data collected after the harvest, her predictions proved fairly accurate.

They lack early information that could help figure out how factors such as drought might affect the amount of food that would later be available for harvest.

The project she came up with helps people in low-income nations predict their crop harvests.

After 50 years, members of the Huna Tlingit people can finally collect harvest sea gull eggs again in Glacier National Park.

These villages used to harvest rubber, cacao, palm oil, and coffee beans.

Their “livelihoods and harvest,” as Brown describes it, were stripped away from them.

Everything in life, from governance to harvest to warfare, was suffused with sacred meaning until the advent of the Enlightenment.

Roberts estimated that close to 95 percent of all wineries have returned to harvest production.

But the withering mildew was now breathed forth, that was intended to blast this goodly harvest.

They are religious who reap a great harvest among souls in this newly-christianized land.

I may be tempted to postpone my retirement, and for a while longer to continue to gather the golden harvest that ripens round me.

A rich harvest was offered in New France, where the natives lived almost like animals, without any knowledge of God.

When the harvest time arrives in December, each tenant carries his crop to the mill for grinding.


On this page you'll find 121 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to harvest, such as: intake, output, result, yield, autumn, and by-product.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.