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Tine shape effects on trashflow through tillage equipment

Tine shape effects on trashflow through tillage equipment

Paper, American Society of Agricultural Engineers (87-1618): 11

Field and laboratory studies of "trashflow", especially on tined equipment, were conducted to establish some of the criteria for effective implement performance and determine the primary factors governing the passage of implements through crop residues and stubble.

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