When grapes were grown to make vino ordinaire for regular people to drink with dinner, the vine rows were typically seven or eight feet apart for easy access with a conventional everyday tractor for inspection, pruning, picking and weeding. For millenia, no pesticides were applied, and when they began to be widely applied that everyday farm tractor pulled a clunky spray rig.
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