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A synopsis of mechanical harvesting of Rubus in Oregon


, : A synopsis of mechanical harvesting of Rubus in Oregon. Acta Horticulturae (60): 95-98

About 1600 ha of cane berries were harvested mechanically in Oregon in 1975. A single machine was used to harvest several types of berries because of different berry maturities. The most economic units for black raspberries, blackberries and red raspberries were 20, 12-15 and 10 ha, respectively. The machine operator was one of the most important controllable variables in obtaining the best quality of harvested fruit.


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