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Possibilities for reducing fuel consumption in mechanical operations during cultivation of vegetable crops



Possibilities for reducing fuel consumption in mechanical operations during cultivation of vegetable crops



Anale Institutul de Cercetari pentru Legumicultura si Floricultura, Vidra VII: 311-318



The use of 1500-mm-wide machines to straddle 104-cm-wide rows, the use of highly efficient complex units and the simultaneous performance of two or more field operations gave a fuel economy of up to 19.8% and reduced the use of machinery by 25-29%.

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