The term harvest may refer to the following:

  • the process of gathering mature crops from fields
  • IBM 7950 Harvest, a one-of-a-kind adjunct to the NSA's IBM 7030 Stretch supercomputer
  • Harvest project, a web cache research project
  • a web-based time tracking tool
  • CA Harvest Software Change Manager (formerly CCC/Harvest and AllFusion Harvest Change Manager), a configuration management software tool
  • la récolte (French for The Harvest), an 1851 painting by French painter Charles-François Daubigny
  • Harvest Magazine, an American Neopagan magazine that was published eight times a year from 1980-1982
  • a 1920 novel by British writer Mary Augusta Ward
  • a 1990 novel by American author Belva Plain
  • a 1995 novel by New Zealand novelist Ian Middleton
  • a 1996 novel by American novelist Tess Gerritsen
  • a 2013 novel by English writer Jim Crace
  • Harvest (French: Regain), a 1930 novel by French writer Jean Giono
  • The Harvest, a 1978 novel by American writer Meyer Levin
  • The Harvest, a 1992 novel by American-Canadian author Robert Charles Wilson
  • a 1997 play by Indian writer and illustrator Manjula Padmanabhan
  • Harvest Records, a progressive and indie rock record label
  • an American Christian music group active from 1977-1995
  • a Japanese idol pop group comprised of various members of the Japanese idol/musician collective, Hello! Project
  • a song from Canadian musician Neil Young's 1972 album of the same name
  • a song from Swedish heavy metal band Opeth's 2001 album, Blackwater Park
  • a 1979 album by American jazz bassist Richard Davis
  • a 2003 album by Japanese rap rock group Dragon Ash
  • a 2006 album by Japanese pop/rock band Tokio
  • a 2007 album by Swedish melodic black metal band Naglfar
  • The Harvest, a 1996 soundtrack album to the 1993 film of the same name
  • The Harvest, a 2005 album by American Christian metalcore band Alove for Enemies
  • The Harvest, a 2006 album by American rapper Boondox
  • The Harvest, a 2009 album by American reggae band Tribal Seeds
  • a 1936 Austrian romance film
  • a 1967 American documentary film
  • Harvest (French: Regain), a 1937 French film based on the 1930 novel of the same name
  • The Harvest, a 1993 American thriller film
  • The Harvest, a 2010 documentary film about agricultural child labor in the US
  • The Harvest, a 2013 American horror thriller film
  • Harvest: Massive Encounter, a 2008 real-time strategy/tower defense video game developed and published by Oxeye Game Studio
  • The Harvest, a 2010 action RPG video game developed by Luma Arcade and published by Microsoft Games Studios

Other Database Pages Exist for this Phrase:
Tec Tec (Tec Tec refers to clams which are harvested ...)
Curing (Curing is the process of drying newly harvested ...)
Harvesting (Harvesting is described as the process of ...)
Logger (Logger is defined as an individual who harvests ...)

Alternative Spellings (Synonyms): harvester, Harvesters, harvests

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