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A multi-crop machinery selection algorithm for different tillage systems

A multi-crop machinery selection algorithm for different tillage systems

Paper, American Society of Agricultural Engineers (82-1031): 16 pp

An algorithm was developed to select best machinery sets for production of a variety of crop rotations. The model was used to select machinery for conventional and conservation tillage sytems.

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