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Studies on a lifting type digger for root crops. 1. Forms and pulling resistance of baker's garlic and garlic plants



Studies on a lifting type digger for root crops. 1. Forms and pulling resistance of baker's garlic and garlic plants



Journal of the Society of Agricultural Machinery, Japan 39(2): 171-178



In mechanical harvesting studies, the percentage of Baker's garlic plants which could be pulled without the cutting of leaves was highest (54-100%) at the end of May. Multiple regression analyses of the max. pulling resistance showed that bulb weight, test day and m.c. were highly significant.

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