In the context of a harvest, it depends on the specific circumstances and requirements. Generally, a pump is used to transfer or move fluids, such as water, from one location to another. Whether the pump should be open or closed during a harvest depends on factors such as the type of pump, the purpose of the pump, and the desired outcome.
If the goal is to irrigate crops or distribute water during a harvest, the pump is typically kept open to allow water flow. This ensures that water reaches the intended areas and facilitates irrigation or other water-related activities.
However, if the pump is being used for other purposes, such as drainage or filtration during a harvest, it may need to be closed or have certain valves adjusted to control the flow of fluids or maintain desired pressure levels.
Ultimately, the decision whether to keep the pump open or closed during a harvest depends on the specific requirements and objectives of the situation at hand. It’s important to consult with experts or professionals in the field who can provide guidance based on the specific context and needs.