Improving the productivity of pruning labor in the vineyard
AuthorsL. H. Lamouria
H. E. Studer
H. L. Brewer
Authors AffiliationsLloyd H. Lamouria is Associate Professor of Agricultural Engineering; Henry E. Studer is are Assistant Research Specialists, University of California, Davis; Harold L. Brewer is Assistant Research Specialists, University of California, Davis.
Hilgardia 17(3):2-3. DOI:10.3733/ca.v017n03p2. March 1963.
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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