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The use of hydropneumatic sprayers for citrus trees

, : The use of hydropneumatic sprayers for citrus trees. 24th International Conference on Agricultural Mechanization Proceedings of a conference on ' Agricultural Mechanization in Latin America: Present and Future' , held in Zaragoza, Spain, 1-4 April 1992: 363-368

The possibility of using hydropneumatic sprayers in place of hand held sprayers in citrus orchards is discussed.

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