An analysis of draft, depth and speed of tillage equipment

Authors: Harrison, H. P. And W. B. Reed
Description: One of the basic considerations in selecting farm tillage machinery is its size. The width of cut and ground speed is usually sufficient information to suitably match the size of the implement to the farming enterprise. Equally important in this selection, however, is the consideration of the power requirements of the equipment in order to match the farmer
Keywords: an analysis of draft, depth and speed of tillage equipment
Citation: Harrison, H. P. and W. B. Reed 1962. AN ANALYSIS OF DRAFT, DEPTH AND SPEED OF TILLAGE EQUIPMENT. Canadian Agricultural Engineering 4(1):20-23.
Volume: 4
Issue: 1
Start page number: 20
End page number: 23
Date: 1962
Coverage: Canada
Located in: Volume 4 (1962)

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