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3. Plant production engineering and Aquacultural Engineering

 

CIGR Handbook of Agricultural Engineering -  Volume III: Plant Production Engineering
CIGR. 1999. Plant Production Engineering. ASAE, St Joseph, Michigan, USA.
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3.1 Strukture en toerusting vir die opberging en hantering van graan op die plaas / Structures and equipment for the storage and handling of grain on the farm
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3.2 Low-cost shade net structure
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3.3 Ontwikkeling van ‘n outomatiese afrolskadunet vir  glashuiskompartemente / Development of an automatic rolldown shade-net for glasshouse compartments
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3.4 Riglyne vir rondebaalkuilvoer / Guidelines for round bale silage
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3.5 Jukke vir dieretrekkrag  / Yokes for animal traction
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3.6 Animal traction implements
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3.7 Beheermaatreëls vir die voorkoming van wind-erosie in SA
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3.8 Control measures for the prevention of soil erosion in SA
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3.9 Barricades and small structures for the prevention of soil erosion
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3.10 Faktore wat die terreinkeuse van 'n akwakultuuronderneming beïnvloed
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3.11 Factors that influence the choice of a site for an aquaculture enterprise
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3.12 Gronddamme  / Earth Dams
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3.13 Handleiding vir die bou van ronde opgaardamme  / Manual for the building of circular reservoirs
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3.14 Bestryding van grond-erosie met slikheinings  / Combating erosion with silt fences
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3.15 Mechanisation basics:  Tractor Maintenance (Training manual)
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3.16 Mechanisation basics:  Sprayers and spraying techniques (Training manual)
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3.17 Mechanisation basics:  Row crop planters (Training manual)
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3.18 Mechanisation basics:  Calculations and measurement (Training manual)
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3.19 Werktempos van landbouwerktuie & trekkerwerkverrigting  / Field capacities of agricultural machines & tractor performance
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3.20 Bulk density of various products used as ingredients in animal feeds
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3.21 Introduction to row crop planters
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3.22 Tractor performance optimisation
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3.23 Comparative review of technical specifications for no-till jab-planters
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3.24 Kleinskaalse hooiverwerking in Suid-Afrika  / Small-scale hay farming in South Africa
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3.25 Die keuse van die tipe en grootte waaier wat gebruik word vir die groging van landbouprodukte / The choice and type of fan for use in the drying of agricultural products
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3.26 Kunsmatige droging van lusern   / Artificial drying of lucerne
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3.27 Production of green lucern with a dehydrator system
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3.28 Agricultural safety codes
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3.29 The operation and application of mounted mowers
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3.30 The operation and application of hay rakes and hay tedders
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3.31 The operation and application of medium and big square balers
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3.32 The application and operation of round balers
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3.33 The application and operation of rotary tillers
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3.34 Guidelines for buying a used tractor
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3.35 The operation and application of subsoilers and rippers
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3.36 The operation and application of chisel ploughs
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3.37 The operation and application of disc-harrows
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3.38  The operation and application of row-crop cultivators
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3.39 The operation and application of mouldboard ploughs
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3.40 The operation and application of potato equipment
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3.41 Post-harvest management and storage of maize on small farms
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3.42 The operation and application of disc ploughs
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3.43 Basic mechanization planning (basic mechanization planning course manual)
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3.44 Mechanisation costs in sugarcane production
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