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Viticulture in a worldwide context (1). Models for South American viticulture in the year 2000. Mechanization of vine growing: its relation with the productive and social structure

Viticulture in a worldwide context (1). Models for South American viticulture in the year 2000. Mechanization of vine growing: its relation with the productive and social structure

Progres Agricole et Viticole 113(3): 59-68

Progress in the mechanization of growing and harvesting grapes and relationships between mechanization and the productive and social structure are discussed.

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