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2009, vol. 34, iss. 3, pp. 95-100
Aspects of soil cultivation in orchards
aUniversity of Belgrade, Faculty of Agriculture
bVisoka poljoprivredna škola, Šabac
Project:
Projekat Ministarstva nauke Republike Srbije, br. 18201: Istraživanja mogućnosti proizvodnje biomase za energiju iz plantaža kratke ophodnje u okviru energetskih sistema Srbije

Keywords: tractor-machine aggregate; rotary cultivator; output; working depth; speed
Abstract
Highly intensive fruit production in both basic and supplemental soil cultivation, along with other agricultural practices was found to impact both growth and fertility of fruit trees. Favorable effects may be expected if appropriate and timely soil cultivation is provided. Soil cultivation practices range from intensive to completely lacking, which results in the implementation of technical solutions such as machines and tools. The choice depends on the production technology, interrow spacing, climate, soil, etc. The aim of the study was to analyze exploitation parameters of the most frequently used rotary cultivator ('Nardi', Model ZH/B 145 C). Based on the results obtained, both current and potential machine users may be informed of the advantages and disadvantages of the cultivation. The machine may be used with working widths up to 1.45 m in palmette and slender spindle production systems. Optimal aggregates from the aspect of basic exploitation possibilities need to be analyzed focusing on the financial effect of fruit production.
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