when it glows that harvest

October is at its end, and in the northern hemisphere, that often means the days are flush with falling leaves, chilling weather, and growing anticipation for the holiday season. The tenth month by our Gregorian calendar, October shares a root with octopus and octagon—the Latin octo and Greek okto, meaning “eight.”

October is a very important month for Agriculture in our province.

Let the sun go down on a fruitful harvest.

Let the agriculture in our province bloom high volume.

Let the skies rejoice and shine on crops not yet taken in.

October’s end is upon us now.

Keep us grateful and forward thinking.

Make the sun rise each morning,

as our reward for our labours.

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