Hilgardia
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Alfalfa seed harvesting: Field studies of harvesting equipment and methods suggest means of improving seed germination

Authors

L. G. Jones
R. A. Kepner
Roy Bainer
J. P. Fairbank

Authors Affiliations

L. G. Jones is Associate in Agronomy in the University of California College of Agriculture Experiment Station, Davis; R. A. Kepner is Lecturer in Agricultural Engineering and Assistant Agricultural Engineer in the University of California College of Agriculture Experiment Station, Davis; Roy Bainer is Professor of Agricultural Engineering and Agricultural Engineer, University of California College of Agriculture Experiment Station, Davis; J. P. Fairbank is Associate Agricultural Engineer in the University of California College of Agriculture Experiment Station, Davis.

Publication Information

Hilgardia 4(8):8-16. DOI:10.3733/ca.v004n08p8. August 1950.

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Abstract

Between one and two million pounds of viable alfalfa seed might be saved annually in California by proper adjustment and operation of presently used alfalfa harvesting equipment.

Jones L, Kepner R, Bainer R, Fairbank J. 1950. Alfalfa seed harvesting: Field studies of harvesting equipment and methods suggest means of improving seed germination. Hilgardia 4(8):8-16. DOI:10.3733/ca.v004n08p8
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