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100 # 2105
Income sources and the level of farm mechanization
102 # 2118
Application of the speckle photography in the carrot roots deformability investigations
103 # 2209
Displacement distributions in mechanical model of carrot roots crosssection
103 # 2173
Using the EU aid resources for farm modernisation
110 # 2432
Commodity production and trends of changes in technical equipment possessed by developing farms
123 # 2817
Technical infrastructure of farms vs. efficiency of milk production in mountainous areas
125 # 2868
Replacement value of machinery vs. the amount of subsidy from the european union
126 # 2929
Possession of technical equipment by selected farms benefitting from the European Union funds
127 # 2892
Wear degree and structure for technical fixed assets in different types of farms
129 # 2951
Wear of selected farm tractor types
134 # 3143
Modelling displacements distributions of a cylinder sample of a potato tuber at an axial load using a fine elements method
139 # 3274
Storing infrastructure and its use in the selected agricultural farms in the southern Poland
145 # 3405
Impact of stress relaxation on surface pressure changes of apples
145 # 3424
Innovativeness in technologies and agricultural technique
145 # 3419
The structure of geometry data in AutoCAD and its development possibilities
150 # 3564
Replacement value of farm buildings and costs of their operation in organic farms
35 # 901
An evaluation of possible occupational health hazards associated with a computer workplace
35 # 880
Computer aided ergonomie anaiysis of workplaces at screen monitors
51 # 1619
Quo venis quo vadis, agricultural engineering
52 # 804
Scientific and technical progress and the grain harvest efficiency
64 # 744
Carrot root cross section displacements under axial compression
66 # 1318
Production intensity vs. Agricultural technology level in fruit farms
86 # 330
Expected changes in agricultural engineering, resulting from reforms of common agricultural policy and WTO provided for 2007-2013
96 # 1936
Investigation of the effect of the shear process on the soil compaction by constant normal stresses and increasing normal stresses
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