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Development of a walking type rice panicle harvester



Development of a walking type rice panicle harvester



Paper American Society of Agricultural Engineers ( 92-1550): 12 pp.



The problems associated with rice harvesting in small fields in Asia are discussed. A walking type rice panicle (stripper) harvester with 1.2 m cutterbar and 7.46 kW petrol engine developed to address these problems is described. The feeding of panicles only saves energy and time wasted in breaking straw during threshing. In field tests, av. grain-straw ratio was 0.75 as compared to 0.54 in manual harvesting.

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