01. All the family and neighbors worked together to [harvest] the wheat at the end of the season.
02. Police believe that the value of the marijuana discovered in a Seattle basement would be worth almost a million dollars after being [harvested].
03. Unusually good weather this spring and summer promises an excellent [harvest] for farmers in the fall.
04. You can [harvest] your strawberries when the fruit is red, and there are no white or green patches.
05. July is the best time to [harvest] your garden herbs for use in the kitchen during the winter months.
06. The time of [harvest] is traditionally a time of celebration in farming regions all over the world.
07. Some people worry that as herbal remedies become more popular, the plants they are made from may become endangered as they are over-[harvested].
08. Seafood [harvested] in the sea near those factories may be polluted, and should not be eaten.
09. Eggs [harvested] from donor women are being sold on the Internet to childless families.
10. They spent a month on a farm in France [harvesting] grapes which were to be made into wine.
11. Peas sown in April can be [harvested] in July.
12. With their long summers, they are able to produce at least 2 [harvests] of berries per year.
13. Wild rice is expensive because it must be [harvested] by hand.
14. About one-third of the world's fish [harvest] is used to feed pets and livestock.
15. Sea sponges were [harvested] as the first sponges used for bathing and cleaning.
16. The material used to make wine corks is [harvested] from the cork tree, which takes more than ten years to produce one layer of cork.
17. According to the New York Times, Mississippi's most widely [harvested] product is catfish.
18. The planet Saturn is named after the Roman god of seedtime and [harvest].
19. Japan is the largest [harvester] of seafood in the world, taking 15 percent of the world's total catch.
20. There is a Czech proverb which states, "Do not choose your wife at a dance, but in the field among the [harvesters]."
21. Douglas Jerrold once wrote, "Earth is here so kind, that just tickle her with a hoe and she laughs with a [harvest]."
22. Austin O'Malley once said that happiness is the [harvest] of a quiet eye.
23. Og Mandino once observed, always do your best; what you plant now, you will [harvest] later.
24. A Chinese proverb states, "The [harvest] of a whole year depends on what you sow in the springtime."
25. There is an Estonian proverb which observes that if the bread in the oven is a failure, you lose a week; if the [harvest] is a failure, you lose a year; but if marriage is a failure, then you lose a life.
26. There is a Guinean proverb which tells us that knowledge is like a garden; if it is not cultivated, it cannot be [harvested].
27. There is an Indian proverb which says that a [harvest] of peace grows from seeds of contentment.
28. The abundant tea [harvests] of Sri Lanka support much of the island nation's export economy.
29. There is a Korean proverb which states that the nicest woman is your own; the nicest [harvest] is your neighbors'.
30. In the future, scientists may be able to clone human organs, which can then be [harvested], and used for transplants.

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