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Selected Harvesting Machines For Short Rotation Intensive Culture Biomass PlantationsAuthor(s): Sammy Woodfin; Doug Frederick; Bryce Stokes
Source: ASAE Paper 87-1567. St. Joseph, MI: American Society of Agricultural Engineers. 18 p.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionThree different harvesting systems were observed and analyzed for productivity and costs in a short rotation.intensive culture plantation of 2 to 5 year old sycamore. Individual machines were compared to create an optimum system.
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CitationWoodfin, Sammy; Frederick, Doug; Stokes, Bryce. 1987. Selected Harvesting Machines For Short Rotation Intensive Culture Biomass Plantations. ASAE Paper 87-1567. St. Joseph, MI: American Society of Agricultural Engineers. 18 p.
KeywordsForest Engineering, Harvesting Machinery, Woodlots
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