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Horticulturae, Volume 6, Issue 3 (September 2020) – 21 articles
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Cover Story (view full-size image) Current horticultural research aims at the environmentally safe production of fruits and [...] Read more. Current horticultural research aims at the environmentally safe production of fruits and vegetables. Therein, productive sustainable cultivation systems for high quality produce aim to preserve available resources. This includes a reduction in plastic and chemical inputs into cultivation systems. Mechanisation is one answer to these challenges, such as mechanical weeding and mechanical thinning. Mechanical thinning, as described by Lammerich et al., in contribution no. 6(3), is a prime example for stone fruit. View this paper