Harvest. 4.1. The Parties agree that any harvest by Uchucklesaht Tribe of Monumental Cedar and Cypress from the Thunderbird’s Nest (T’iitsk’in Paawats) Protected Area, must occur in accordance with the following:
Harvest. It is agreed that the Grantor, or its Lessee(s), shall be authorized to enter the Subject Property following conveyance to the County to harvest the existing crop on that portion of Grantor’s Property being acquired by the County. It is further understood that said crop shall be harvested on or before October 1, 2011, and, if not harvested by said date, shall become the property of the County to dispose of as it may see fit. The Grantor, or its Lessee(s), agrees to cultivate and maintain the existing crop in conformance with the practices of good husbandry, including pest control, up to and including the date Grantor, or its Lessee(s), harvests said crop.
Harvest. This unit is leave tree marked with horizontal orange paint stripes. Cut all merchantable trees not marked to leave. OPERATING PERIOD: July 1 – March 30 when soil conditions allow (Section VII.L.1&2). Harvest must be completed by March 30, 2022. SPECIAL OPERATING REQUIREMENTS: 1. EQUIPMENT RESTRICTION ZONE/STREAMSIDE MANAGEMENT ZONE 2. RIPARIAN MANAGEMENT ZONE 4. RESERVED SUBMERCHANTABLE TREE PROTECTION 5. RESERVE SNAGS 6. POWERLINE COORDINATION REQUIRED 7. RESERVED SUBMERCHANTABLE TREE PROTECTION ALONG ROADS HARVEST UNIT NUMBER(S) ACRES ESTIMATED VOLUME (Tons)
Harvest. Xxxxxxxx, after consultation and with the consent of Yamhill's winemaker and viticulturist, shall determine the appropriate dates to harvest the Pinot Noir grapes. Xxxxxxxx shall be responsible for harvesting the Pinot Noir grapes and transporting them to Yamhill's place of business.
Harvest. Neither any individual nor any party is allowed to collect or sell sweet leaf chrysanthemum during the harvest season rather than Party A; otherwise, in addition to withdraw the rent fee and stop the payment for labor, Party A also has the right to xxx the responsible party (or individual) according to the contract law;
Harvest. The Company has historically used contract labor during harvest under certain conditions. The Company may continue with this past practice limited, however, to ten (10) workdays in each geographical area if any of the following conditions exist: 1. Weather conditions that cause grapes to rot or overripen. 2. Labor, transportation or equipment shortages. 3. Customer demands for grape deliveries which exceed tonnages that can be harvested by the current labor force. 4. Other unforeseen acts of God. Notwithstanding the above, if there exists adverse weather conditions or some other act of God for a sustained period, lasting more than ten (10) workdays, the Company may utilize a labor contractor for such longer period only so long as the adverse condition exists. The parties agree that in the application of this article the following guidelines may be used:
Harvest. Is the action or agricultural practice exercised when the plant has a determined weight (set by the Production Management and in accordance with demand) to obtain a Fruit of an adequate size. This task is done throughout the year in order to have a continuous and programmed production, by applying a growth regulator over the plants. The Seller shall notify the Buyer, before the beginning of each year, of its harvest schedule. If material changes are made to such tentative schedule, the Seller shall also notify the Buyer of such changes.
Harvest. The DEMONSTRATION RESILIENT HUB is intended as a home garden and is located on the HOMEOWNER’s property. Therefore, HOMEOWNER owns and is responsible for the majority of the harvest of the DEMONSTRATION RESILIENT HUB. Harvested food and plants may be used for personal consumption. HOMEOWNER is encouraged to share, donate, or barter harvested food and plants from the DEMONSTRATION RESILIENT HUB that are in excess of what is needed for personal consumption. Should the HOMEOWNER decide the harvest is not solely for personal use, sharing, donation, or bartering, and then repurpose the DEMONSTRATION RESILIENT HUB into a market garden, urban farm, or other regulated enterprise, it will be HOMEOWNER’s sole responsibility to ensure repurposing is in compliance with any and all local and state ordinances, zoning requirements, sale permits, public health regulations, and any other local, state, and federal laws governing HOMEOWNER’s market garden, urban farm, or enterprise. HOMEOWNER’s repurposing of the DEMONSTRATION RESILIENT HUB into a market garden, urban farm, or other enterprise, will not be considered a breach of this AGREEMENT if all other benefits to Sustainable Xxxxxx in this AGREEMENT are still existing and in place, and the repurposed DEMONSTRATION RESILIENT HUB remains in alignment with Sustainable Xxxxxx’x mission.
Harvest. It is understood as the harvest of Non Psychoactive Cannabis or Hemp, or Hemp for Industrial Use, the partial or total harvest of the plant, whether it is a culm, flowering or with fruit from the Non Psychoactive Genetic Plant.
Harvest a. Grower shall be responsible for the picking, hauling and delivery of all grapes under this Agreement. Grapes shall be delivered to Buyer’s wineries or designated custom crush facility located within the North Coast of California.