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Evaluation of PFT and Delwiche Non-destructive Firmness SensorsStephen R Drake1994HTMLPDFn/a
Development of an On-Line Fruit Firmness SensorJeff Griffin2001HTMLPDFn/a
Development of an On-Line Fruit Firmness SensorJeff Griffin2001HTMLPDFn/a
On-Line Firmness Sensor for ApplesJeff Griffin2002HTMLPDFn/a
Mechanical Harvester for Fresh Market Quality Stemless Sweet CherriesDonald L. Peterson2003HTMLPDFn/a
Mechanical Harvester for Fresh Market Quality Stemless Sweet CherriesDonald L. Peterson2004HTMLPDFn/a
Intensive Sweet Cherry Orchard ManagementMatthew Whiting2004HTMLPDFn/a
Estimating Economic Benefits & Measuring Technological Efficiencies Clark Seavert 2005HTMLPDFn/a
Picking Aid for Fresh Market Quality Apples and PearsDonald L. Peterson2005HTMLPDFn/a
Fruit surface temperature sensorLarry Schrader2005HTMLPDFn/a
Dry Bin FillerMalcolm Hanks2005HTMLPDFn/a
Developing Efficient Work PlatformsTom Auvil 2006HTMLPDFn/a
High Density Orchard ManagementMatthew Whiting2007HTMLPDFn/a
Irrigation Automation Using Infrared Temperature SensorsR. Troy Peters2007HTMLPDFn/a
Robotic Scout for Tree Fruit, Phase 1Tim McConnell2007HTMLPDFn/a
Automated picking hand developmentTony Koselka2008HTMLPDFn/a
ARS Dry Bin FillerKaren Lewis2008HTMLPDFn/a
Robotic Scout for Tree Fruit, Phase 2 Tim McConnell2008HTMLPDFn/a
Orchard automation and mechanizationKaren Lewis2009HTMLPDFn/a
Automated picking hand developmentTony Koselka2009HTMLPDFn/a
Mobile linear asymmetric fruit transport systemsRandy Allard2009HTMLPDFn/a
Robot scout for tree fruitTony Koselka2009HTMLPDFn/a
Robotic scout for tree fruitTony Koselka2010HTMLPDFn/a
Platform and Bin Filler TechnologiesKaren Lewis2010HTMLPDFn/a
Crop load and canopy management of appleTory Schmidt2011HTMLPDFn/a
Mechanized thinning for labor efficient tree fruit cropload managementJim Schupp2011HTMLPDFn/a
Economic analysis of technology adoption by Washington apple growers Mykel Taylor2011HTMLPDFn/a
An automated device for rapid and accurate rating of fruit size and color Qin Zhang 2011HTMLPDFn/a
Dense distributed environmental sensing via wireless sensor networksGeorge Kantor2011HTMLPDFn/a
Intelligent bin-dog system for tree fruit productionQin Zhang 2011HTMLPDFn/a
Further development of an online toolbox for tree fruit breedingDorrie Main2012HTMLPDFn/a
DBR harvest assist equipment evaluation under Washington conditionsKaren Lewis2012HTMLPDFn/a
Protein-based foam for applying lacewings eggs to fruit trees by ATVTom Unruh2013HTMLPDFn/a
Design and Development of apple harvesting techniques Manoj Karkee2014HTMLPDFn/a
Forecasting the Demand and Supply for Tree Fruit Farm LaborKarina Gallardo2014HTMLPDFn/a
Intelligent bin-dog system for tree fruit production (Phase II)Qin Zhang 2014HTMLPDFn/a
Implementation and evaluation of apple pollen tube growth models Dr. Keith Yoder2015HTMLPDFn/a
Improve electronic data collection/public access to USDA pear genebank Joseph Postman2015HTMLPDFn/a
Effect of early spring temperature on apple and sweet cherry bloomsGerrit Hoogenboom2015HTMLPDFn/a
Evaluation of vacuum as a picking mechanismCurt Salisbury, Ph.D.2015HTMLPDFn/a
Refinement/integration of vacuum-based end effector for fruit pickingCurt Salisbury, Ph.D.2016HTMLPDFn/a
Mechanical pollination for yield securityMatthew Whiting2016HTMLPDFn/a
Phase 2 System IntegrationCurt Salisbury, Ph.D.2017HTMLPDFn/a
Mechanical pruning in apple, pear and sweet cherry Karen Lewis2017HTMLPDFn/a

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