preharvest


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preharvest

(priːˈhɑːvɪst)
n
(Agriculture) the period before the harvest
adj
(Agriculture) taking place before a crop is harvested
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Following the preharvest field season, we removed all ACOs prior to the start of timber harvest in Sep.
The observation pertaining to chemical composition of guava fruits influenced by preharvest foliar spray of different plant growth regulators like NAA, [GA.
2] emissions generated during the soil preparation in the preharvest of ratoons, exceeded the generated emissions during the soil preparation that received, at least, one cut.
Each pesticide, depending on the crop, has a maximum residue limit, and farmers don't abide by this or the preharvest interval," Abou Jawdeh said, referring to the time between the last application of pesticide and the harvest date -- a period that can range from three days to three weeks.
Effects of preharvest irrigation cut-off duration and post-harvest water deprivation on almond tree performance.
Preharvest GA3 applications extended the storage life of citrus by delaying its maturation and senescence (El-Otmani and Coggins, 1991).
Management of Mycotoxin Contamination in Preharvest and Post-Harvest Crops: Present Status and Future Prospects.
This research utilized a stochastic model to determine the effect of preharvest and postharvest interventions on the risk of raw milk soft cheese consumption in France.
Preharvest and postharvest factors influencing vitamina C content of horticultural crops.
For example, vitamin C content, including ascorbic acid, is influenced by genotype differences, preharvest climate conditions, maturity, and postharvest handling (LEE; KADER, 2000).