bumper harvest

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  • The festival is one that is used to thank God for a bumper harvest during the farming season.
  • The result: a bumper harvest of locally grown wheat and a reliable source of food for rural families.
  • At times a live cow is deposited in the lagoon so that there could be a bumper harvest.
  • The cultivators who reap a bumper harvest in April and May every year are perturbed that the poor yield this year would result in heavy losses.
  • The people of Pajok got a bumper harvest of sesame in 2008 but could not sell it due to the cost of transport.
  • In July, the agricultural festival of Dree is celebrated with prayers for a bumper harvest and prosperity of all humankind.
  • Strictly speaking the Nyishis do not have common religious festival, however, the Nyokum Yullo is now treated as a common social festival (for bumper harvest).
  • In February 2012, the UN declares that Somalia has produced a bumper harvest, and that the famine is over.
  • It is also observed to commemorate a bumper harvest from the sea as well as performing rituals to thank the 77 gods of Oguaa Traditional Area.
  • If the United States were to have a bumper harvest, while Argentina or Eastern Europe had a poor harvest, then the commodity prices and incomes in the United States would rise.
  • During the bumper harvest of 1902 there was again a shortage of cars, and CPR was clearly favoring the elevator companies in allocating the available cars.
  • He also oversaw the drought recovery "bumper harvest" of 1992-93.
  • The bumper harvest in 1998-99 with a buffer yield in wheat, sugarcane, and pulses had led to an early supply condition further driving their prices from what were they in the last year.
  • However, the act did not ensure enforcement, and during the bumper harvest of 1902 there was again a shortage of cars, and CPR was clearly favoring the elevator companies in allocation of the available cars.
  • Following a bumper harvest in 2007, Malawi sold more maize to the World Food Program of the United Nations than any other southern Africa country, and exported hundreds of thousands of tons of corn to Zimbabwe.
  • A colourful and widely celebrated festival is the Ongkor (Bumper Harvest) Festival which is observed in June according to the Tibetan calendar, in the riverine areas to mark good harvests of the season.
  • Rice is the staple food of the Apatanis, as such for its bumper harvest the nature God and goddesses are prayed during the Dree Festival from 4 to 7 July of each year.
  • The country's 2013/2014 coffee crop is expected to be a bumper harvest of around 17 million to 29.5 million 60-kg bags.
  • The efficient Inca granary system enabled the officials in the empire to prevent mass starvation, by storing surplus crops in these vast granaries during times of bumper harvest and distributing the surplus crops from the granaries to the hungry masses during periods of food shortages.