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Title: Assessment of the oli-picker harvester in northeast Portugal
Authors: Almeida, Arlindo
Peça, José
Keywords: Olives mechanical harvesting
Issue Date: 2008
Publisher: International Society for Horticultural Science
Citation: Almeida, Arlindo; Peça, José (2008) - Assessment of the oli-picker harvester in northeast Portugal. In The Sixth International Symposium on Olive Growing. Évora
Abstract: Trunk and bough shakers are common equipment for olive harvesting. and therefore information about their performance is becoming available. For less common equipment like canopy shakers, there is lack of informal ion relative to their field work capacity. This paper deals with the performance of a spike rotor harvester, commercial y known as "Olipicker". Basically it is a rotor device brushing the canopy, mounted on an hydraulic articulated arm, making possible operation, inside or around the olive tree crown.
Peer review: yes
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