An Innovative Solution to Hand Harvesting White Paper
Posted on June 26, 2017
The cost for hand harvesting operations has steadily increased over the years without regard to the
delivered-in price that growers receive. Growers spend more money on harvesting operations than for all
other production costs combined, including fertilizers, sprays, irrigation and weed control. This cost squeeze,
created by increasing costs and a constant or decreasing price for produce, results in diminishing profit
margins for growers.
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