Agricultural burning means open outdoor fires used in agricultural operations in the growing of crops or raising of fowl or animals, or open outdoor fires used in forest management, range improvement, or the improvement of land for wildlife and game habitat, or disease or pest prevention.
Agricultural burning also means open outdoor fires used in the operation or maintenance of a system for the delivery of water for the purposes specified in paragraph (1).
Agricultural burning. Means the burning of vegetative debris from an agricultural operation necessary for disease or pest control, necessary for crop propagation or crop rotation, or where identified as a best management practice by the agricultural burning practices and research task force established in RCW 70.94.6528(6) or other au- thoritative source on agricultural practices. Propane flaming for the purpose of vegetative debris removal is considered commercial agricul- tural burning.
Examples of Agricultural burning in a sentence
Agricultural burning permits shall be approved by the Agency prior to burning.
Agricultural burning of vegetative residue on an area of land used in an agricultural operation.
Agricultural burning is prohibited on no-burn days, except as specified in Section 80102, Section 80120, subdivisions (d) and (e), and as may be permitted by a provision in an implementation plan adopted pursuant to Section 89150 (c) (5).
For fire safety regulations, see county requirements and 10.10.1.1. (Agricultural burning is requlated by the State Department of Health, Clean Air Branch.
Agricultural burning for vegetation management shall only be performed on those properties designated as "farmland" by the Assessor's Office for the City of New Britain.
More Definitions of Agricultural burning
Agricultural burning also means open outdoor fires used in wildland vegetation management burning. Wildland vegetation management burning is the use of prescribed burning conducted by a public agency, or through a cooperative agreement or contract involving a public agency, to burn land predominantly covered with chaparral, trees, grass, or standing brush. Prescribed burning is the planned application of fire to vegetation to achieve any specific objective on lands selected in advance of that application. The planned application of fire may also include natural or accidental ignition.
Agricultural burning means the burning of crop residues for field preparation or that is otherwise used for the production of a crop.
Agricultural burning means burning of vegetative materials related to the production and harvesting of crops and raising of animals for the purpose of marketing for profit, or providing a livelihood, but not including the burning of household waste or prohibited materials. Burning may be conducted in fields, piles, ditch banks, fence rows, or canal laterals for purposes such as weed control, disease and pest prevention, or site preparation.
Agricultural burning means “agricultural burning” as defined in Health and Safety Code Section 39011.
Agricultural burning also means open outdoor fires used in wildland vegetation management burning, prescribed burning, or forest improvement burning.
Agricultural burning means open burning, in rural areas, essential to agricultural operations, including the growing of crops, the raising of fowl, animals or bees, when conducted on the premises where produced.