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System of transport passages in blackcurrant plantations

Archiv fur Gartenbau 36(1): 21-25
System of transport passages in blackcurrant plantations
Theoretical studies were carried out on the possibility of reducing transport costs in plantations, for instance at harvesting, by constructing cross paths at an angle to the main path.

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