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Sources of yield loss in machine harvested raspberry crops

, : Sources of yield loss in machine harvested raspberry crops. Acta Horticulturae: 21-26

Comparisons between yields obtained from hand-harvested and machine-harvested bushes of four varieties revealed that Malling M gave the highest yield when hand-harvested, Glen Isla the highest yield when machine harvested, and Malling Jewel the least reduction in yield as a result of machine harvesting.

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