Harvest definition

Harvest means the ((marijuana)) cannabis plant material derived from plants of the same strain that were cultivated at the same licensed location and gathered at the same time.
Harvest means the act of removing a marine species with the intention of not returning it to the water.
Harvest means the point at which timber that has been cut, severed, or removed for purposes of sale is first measured in the ordinary course of business as determined by reference to common practice in the timber industry. The term does not include the cutting, severance, or removal of timber for firewood, fence posts, or other personal use.

Examples of Harvest in a sentence

  • Member Signature Please pick up a flyer and a bag to fill with non-perishable items to contribute to our Annual High Holy Day Food Drive in support of Island Harvest.

  • Harvest of hatchery fish is managed within Co-Manager harvest management processes.


More Definitions of Harvest

Harvest means the period of time during which grain may be harvested and Delivered, this is usually between 1 October in the first year and 31 January in the following year.
Harvest means the point at which timber that has been cut, severed, or removed for purposes of sale or use is first measured in the ordinary course of business as determined by reference to common practice in the timber industry.
Harvest means the reduction of wildlife into possession, and includes hunting, trapping, fishing, as defined in the Fisheries Act, netting, egging, picking, collecting, gathering, spearing, killing, capturing or taking by any means;
Harvest means to cut, remove or transport.
Harvest means the cutting, felling, or removal of timber.
Harvest means to;
Harvest means to separate, by cutting, prying, picking,