Performance of Slashers for Producing Shortwood: W. Dale Greene and Bryce J. Stokes
Georgia Agricultural Experiment Stations, College of Agriculture, University of Georgia, 1988 - Logging - 9 pages
This study sought to identify factors affecting the productivity of mechanical slashers used with knuckle-boom loaders; to estimate the productivity and cost of slashing; and to compare productivity and cost of chainsaw slashers and circular-saw slashers.
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