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The efficiency of the techniques and technological sets of machines for harvesting fruits from intensive and highly intensive orchards


, : The efficiency of the techniques and technological sets of machines for harvesting fruits from intensive and highly intensive orchards. Selskostopanska Tekhnika 28(1-2): 16-28

Research was carried out on the efficiency of techniques and machinery for harvesting fruit from intensive orchards and information collected on yields obtained per unit area. The techniques and machinery examined proved to be highly efficient for orchards of approx. 120 to 150 ha with a yield of 25-30 t/ha.


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