Labor carrier experiments in row crops
AuthorsM. B. Zahara
R. E. Garrett
W. S. Seyman
R. G. Curley
Authors AffiliationsM. B. Zahara is Associate Specialist, Department of Vegetable Crops; R. E. Garrett is Lecturer and Assistant Agricultural Engineer; R. G. Curley is Extension Agricultural Engineer, University of California, Davis; W. S. Seyman is Farm Advisor, Santa Clara County.
Hilgardia 20(7):8-9. DOI:10.3733/ca.v020n07p8. July 1966.
The six-man labor carrier designed and tested by the University of California demonstrates a basic concept that can be adapted to the needs of individual growers and produced at a low cost per man—offering a useful tool to aid in attracting and keeping labor for thinning and weeding.
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