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Harvester Development
Harvesters various developments to the present situation
it was the result of decades of work. First
cultivation of crops in agriculture in the ages, from the soil
plucking, separation and cleaning of grains from the spike
it was all manual labor. Later and sickle
scythe have been used. (Nowadays harvest
it is still on slopes and small lands where its machines cannot enter
it continues.) The first harvester in America in 1830
although it was built and tested, it was used in 1890 with 30 horses.
it started as a draw, then could be drawn with 16 horses
harvesters and tractors in the 1930s
machine agriculture was switched using combine harvesters and different
passing through stages to today's self-walking harvesters
until it has been secured. This is about 80% of our country's grain
it is harvested by harvesters.
Grain Harvesting By Harvesters
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2. General Introduction Of Harvesters
Harvesters; some products that have come to harvest maturity
harvesting, threshing, separation and cleaning at the same time
they are universal harvesting threshing machines that can do in series.
Today's harvesters are walking on their own, but the plain
and Hill types are available and table widths are between 1.5-8 m
references 3 m more than the width of the table to traffic
when they come out, they disassemble the tables and pull them on the trailer
has to move.
Self-walking lowland type harvesters; 50 parallel to the slope, 100
it can work on lands perpendicular to the slope. More sloping terrain
Mountain Type harvesters developed for; mowing order Field
400 parallel to its slope, and the other layouts are always horizontal
they can operate on the slope.
Harvesters harvest legumes next to grain,
also in the harvest of sunflowers, maize, paddy and other granular plants
references
Harvesters generally consist of the following sections
Income.
* Power supply,
* Power transmission systems and
* Product processing schemes.

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