Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
"I think it's possible that within 10 years there will be nothing left for harvestable wood."
After planting it takes 2-3 years to reach the harvestable size.
Under good conditions, a mahogany tree needs 40 years or more to grow to harvestable size, he said.
I expect it's just coincidence and reflects the trees being of harvestable age.
Part of the solution, he suggested, is to focus on "harvestable species, with an eye to getting some economic gain."
Ecological yield is the harvestable population growth of an ecosystem.
Is electricity a harvestable commodity here, like grain or walnuts?
Once the harvestable timber was gone farmers began settling in the cleared out land.
It takes 8 years to reach harvestable size.
"A harvestable surplus of fur-bearers is produced every year," he said.
"It might take several more decades before they've multiplied enough to be harvestable," Morgot said.
If these rates are measured over different time intervals, the harvestable surplus of a fishery can be determined.
The sale of harvestable crops does not constitute waste.
That they did not find anything was not a big surprise, however, since no one expected any harvestable scallops to be in the water.
Other mortality factors will reduce the harvestable surplus if they are not hunted or trapped."
The big news is that if you include your email address in a posting, it won't be easily harvestable by spammers.
Nicholas and his family became famous when almost every harvestable organ or body part was donated to those in need following his death.
The decision mandated that the treaty Indians had the right to catch 50% of Washington's harvestable fish.
In the case of the cork oak it will yield harvestable cork.
The plant is treated as a kind of biological factory, which processes light, carbon dioxide, water and nutrients into harvestable parts.
Colombia reported fumigating 55,715 acres last year, which, if successful, would mean that harvestable coca slightly decreased.
There was a 28% increase from the amount of potentially harvestable coca plants which were grown in Colombia in 1998.
"I think at this point right now, the chances of anything being harvestable are just about nil," Mr. Smith said.
The short, compact plant, which does not reach 12 inches in height, produces a bounty of harvestable leaves in 30 days.
I don't think the writers for BSG where actually wrong, you need to find the water in quantities that are harvestable.
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