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Sward-manuring, reseeding and artificial fertilizer spreading in one operation



Sward-manuring, reseeding and artificial fertilizer spreading in one operation



Landbouwmechanisatie 48(4): 54-55



An account is given of various reseeding techniques investigated on clay and sandy soils in the Netherlands in 1995 and 1996. The machines used were the Vredo reseeder, the Hunter row cultivator, and mixed and pneumatic sward slurry-applicators.

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