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Cultivation planning for the once-over harvesting of Brussels sprouts



Cultivation planning for the once-over harvesting of Brussels sprouts



Publikatie, Instituut voor Mechanisatie, Arbeid en Gebouwen (153): 46-49



Planned cultivation is essential to provide a crop ready to be harvested from early September to the end of February. Four methods of harvesting can be adopted, with a min., max. or variable cutting height, or with min. height and discarding of inferior plants in their entirety. The cutting height determines the number of poor sprouts, the picking and sorting time, and the picking losses.

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