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Experiences of adaptation between training systems and machines for harvesting and pruning



Experiences of adaptation between training systems and machines for harvesting and pruning



Systeme de conduite de la vigne et mecanisation International seminar on viticulture held at Bordeaux, 18-22 Nov 1985: 131-140



The adaptation of Italian grapevine training systems for mechanical harvesting, mechanical pruning, or both mechanical harvesting and pruning is discussed.

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