unharvested

unharvested

(ʌnˈhɑːvɪstɪd)
adj
not harvested
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Partially harvested plots contained refuges of unharvested vegetation.
Doves were also used to collect unharvested grain from fields worked by the poor, another form of stealth tax.
Montana has some strange hunting rules completely counter to standard whitetail approaches, such as bans on both unharvested food plots and trail cameras during open season.
It was easy to see why they wanted our field--there was plenty of unharvested corn.
More than 200,000 farmers had planned to sell some 2.9 million tons of unharvested rice at the 15,000 baht rate, the government said.
But, while the acreage devoted to wine grapes dipped to 20,400, overall yields were better and there were fewer unharvested acres, according to the 2011 Oregon Vineyard Report.
Saari stands in an unharvested area of Bowman Conservation Area.
If you want to achieve an incremental increase in inoculum reduction, the unharvested clusters could be collected and removed from the vineyard rather than dropping in row middles.
The farmers are eligible for compensations for their unsold or unharvested produce as a result of the widespread panic.
Or work them one at a time, using your pointer in "pointer country" and your hunting partner's retriever in marshes, thickets and unharvested cornfields.
magna infection in harvested moose and unharvested moose in 7 management units in North Dakota.