unharvested

unharvested

(ʌnˈhɑːvɪstɪd)
adj
not harvested
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T]), in this case, initial population size, using the unharvested population growth rate ([[lambda].
Goodwin and Shaul (1984) found that harvested sites had fewer recruits than the unharvested controls in Port Gamble and Treble Point in Puget Sound, suggesting possible adverse impact of fishing on subsequent recruitment.
If there's some unharvested corn or some buck brush and the ducks are 20 yards to the west of it or whatever, I'll make a note of it.
Using the same NIR image sensor under a harvesting situation may require different, more sophisticated software for detecting the cut-uncut edge because of residue in harvested and unharvested regions.
The only practice that exceeds conservation tillage's ability to store carbon is resting land as unharvested perennial grasslands, as is done in existing USDA programs such as the Conservation Reserve Program.
In Nicaragua alone, Mitch left 4,000 dead and 900,000 homeless; 100 bridges were destroyed and therefore much of the country's 1998/99 crop will probably go unharvested due to lack of proper infrastructure.
The TRA extended the period over which depreciation deductions have to be taken and ended preferential treatment of any income from the sale of assets, including land, breeder livestock and some unharvested crops.
I have allowed the timber volume to build up and have designated areas and specific trees to be left unharvested.
I considered three scales of variation in fruit and frugivore abundance: (1) Patch scale: I distinguished two kinds of patches with extreme differences in olive availability - unharvested (with many fruits) vs.
After harvest, unharvested nuts could be cleaned up by swine.
Unharvested tubers tend to grow and spread like weeds.
Guava from another 115 acres at Kaumana on the Big Island - a geographical diversification project undertaken after the devastation of Hurricane Iwa - goes to local processors, but much of it lies unharvested, waiting for greater demand.