Author AffiliationsMichael O'Brien is Specialist, Department of Agricultural Engineering, University of California, Davis.
Hilgardia 18(4):3-4. DOI:10.3733/ca.v018n04p3. April 1964.
The experimental harvester for cantaloupes described in this report has a conveyor belt allowing vines to be lifted as many as six or seven times with tensionremoval of ripe fruit without damage to melons remaining, or plants.
Also in this issue:Progress in selective harvesting: Lettuce
Strip cutting alfalfa for lygus bug control
Stump sprout control
Problems on the rural-urban fringe: Urban growth and agricultural land use in Sacramento County
Uncertainty of land values near urban centers
Carriers for air application of granulated wetting agents
Tioga a new california strawberry
Ground sprinkling limitations for frost protection in deciduous orchards
Characters, distribution, and food plants of leafhopper species in Thamnotettix group
Transmission of California aster-yellows virus by leafhopper species in Thamnotettix group