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Cultural Practices: Affect success of U. C. lettuce harvester

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R. E. Garrett, University of California
M. Zahara, University of California

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California Agriculture 19(7):4-5.

Published July 01, 1965

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Certain conditions resulting from tilling, bed shaping, planting, thinning, and cultivating practices may cause lettuce heads to develop off center—which leads the U. C. mechanical selective lettuce harvester to “believe” that the heads are not ready to harvest, or affects the harvester's ability to cut the heads accurately.

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Cultural Practices: Affect success of U. C. lettuce harvester

R. E. Garrett, M. Zahara
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Cultural Practices: Affect success of U. C. lettuce harvester

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Authors

R. E. Garrett, University of California
M. Zahara, University of California

Publication Information

California Agriculture 19(7):4-5.

Published July 01, 1965

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Certain conditions resulting from tilling, bed shaping, planting, thinning, and cultivating practices may cause lettuce heads to develop off center—which leads the U. C. mechanical selective lettuce harvester to “believe” that the heads are not ready to harvest, or affects the harvester's ability to cut the heads accurately.

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