The orchard problem, also known as the three-planting problem in the literature, is to plant n trees so that there will be r straight rows with k trees in each row. The maximum r for various k is unknown except for certain small cases of n and k. We have constructed examples of known maximums using words which we call Orchard Words.
Word Ways: Vol. 39
, Article 4.
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