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Basement of technologies and mechanization in small stones elimination from soils

, : Basement of technologies and mechanization in small stones elimination from soils. Basement of technologies and mechanization in small stones elimination from soils: 30 pp.

Techniques and equipment for the removal of small stones from soils under Lithuanian climatic conditions are discussed.

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