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Review of raspberry harvesters and prototypes used in Britain

, : Review of raspberry harvesters and prototypes used in Britain. Acta Horticulturae (60): 11-15

Four types of mechanical harvester designed in the USA, New Zealand, England and Scotland were tested. All operate on the shake and catch principle but differ from each other in the nature of the shake imparted to the crop.

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