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Testing Permanent Fasteners: For shaker attachment to reduce limb injury in fruit and nut tree harvesting

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P. A. Adrian
R. B. Fridley
David H. Chaney

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California Agriculture 19(8):10-11.

Published August 01, 1965

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Abstract

to reduce shaker-clamp injuries on fruit and nut trees as described in a companion article in this issue of California Agriculture, tests were made to check the feasibility of using permanently installed fasteners for shaker attachments. This has the advantage of transmitting the shaking force through the fastener to the structural wood rather than through the vulnerable bark and growing tissue

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Testing Permanent Fasteners: For shaker attachment to reduce limb injury in fruit and nut tree harvesting

P. A. Adrian, R. B. Fridley, David H. Chaney
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Testing Permanent Fasteners: For shaker attachment to reduce limb injury in fruit and nut tree harvesting

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Authors

P. A. Adrian
R. B. Fridley
David H. Chaney

Publication Information

California Agriculture 19(8):10-11.

Published August 01, 1965

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Abstract

to reduce shaker-clamp injuries on fruit and nut trees as described in a companion article in this issue of California Agriculture, tests were made to check the feasibility of using permanently installed fasteners for shaker attachments. This has the advantage of transmitting the shaking force through the fastener to the structural wood rather than through the vulnerable bark and growing tissue

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