harvest-time

harvest-time

or

harvesttime

n
the time during which an annual crop is harvested
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I suppose you are a stranger in these parts, or you would have heard what happened last autumn,--Thornfield Hall is quite a ruin: it was burnt down just about harvest-time. A dreadful calamity!
Then my daughter and I do some gleaning at harvest-time, and in winter we pick up firewood.
Farmers and crofters across Scotland have been given a sharp harvest-time reminder that their record on managing health and safety risks shows "little real improvement".
Harvest-time saw them support 2 charities - one local and one in Africa.
Reportedly, ClearAg's harvest-time decision support capabilities help producers assess the financial impacts that weather, water, soil and crop health conditions can have on farming and harvesting operations.
Overnight Sailings from Newcastle with DFDS Seaways - - Departs Oct 2014 Join Olympia on this wonderful cruise, past vineyards cloaked in autumn colours and villages bustling with the excitement of harvest-time. Enjoy the on-board comforts of the ship, as you sail from Cologne through the fabled Rhine Gorge to famous wine-town Rudesheim, visit historic Speyer and Alsace capital Strasbourg, and enjoy an included tour of the stunning Black Forest and exquisite Freiburg.
Just look at all that delicious fresh produce and be thankful at harvest-time."
Bring your family and friends and help celebrate a special harvest-time tradition.
The traditional treat is under threat as the usual harvest-time influx of migrant EU workers begins to dry up.
Today's recipe, above, is very popular in Scandinavia, made with soft fruit frozen after harvest-time.
From these pained drought pleas, we move to the confident, joyful worship of the psalmist, thought to be celebrating the October harvest-time Feast of Booths.