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System of transport passages in blackcurrant plantations


, : System of transport passages in blackcurrant plantations. Archiv fur Gartenbau 36(1): 21-25

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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