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Improving the productivity of pruning labor in the vineyard

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L. H. Lamouria
H. E. Studer, University of California
H. L. Brewer, University of California

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California Agriculture 17(3):2-3.

Published March 01, 1963

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The productivity of pruning labor in the vineyard can be greatly improved by methods reported here for eliminating non-productive tasks, reducing pruner decision time, increasing the work rate and reducing pruner fatigue.

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Farm Advisors J. V. Lider, P. P. Baranek, J. J. Kissler, W. C. Micke, D. A. Luvisi, C. D. Lynn, P. D. LaVine, and F. L. Jensen assisted with this project. The Wine Advisory Board, Miller-Robinson Company, Oneto-Gotelli Company, Stowell Equipment Company and grower cooperators, also participated in this study.

Improving the productivity of pruning labor in the vineyard

L. H. Lamouria, H. E. Studer, H. L. Brewer
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Improving the productivity of pruning labor in the vineyard

Share using any of the popular social networks Share by sending an email Print article
Share using any of the popular social networks Share by sending an email Print article

Authors

L. H. Lamouria
H. E. Studer, University of California
H. L. Brewer, University of California

Publication Information

California Agriculture 17(3):2-3.

Published March 01, 1963

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

The productivity of pruning labor in the vineyard can be greatly improved by methods reported here for eliminating non-productive tasks, reducing pruner decision time, increasing the work rate and reducing pruner fatigue.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

Farm Advisors J. V. Lider, P. P. Baranek, J. J. Kissler, W. C. Micke, D. A. Luvisi, C. D. Lynn, P. D. LaVine, and F. L. Jensen assisted with this project. The Wine Advisory Board, Miller-Robinson Company, Oneto-Gotelli Company, Stowell Equipment Company and grower cooperators, also participated in this study.


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