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Agricultural engineering terminology. Ploughs

, : Agricultural engineering terminology. Ploughs. Zemedelska Technika 36(1): 59-64

An illustrated table of terminology and definitions for ploughs, their components and attachments, produced by the scientific and technical information section of the Czechoslovak Agricultural Academy, is presented.

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