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Estimation of yield of silage maize dry matter from volume harvested or by sampling harvester trailer loads


, : Estimation of yield of silage maize dry matter from volume harvested or by sampling harvester trailer loads. Journal of Agricultural Engineering Research 57(3): 207-212

The DM yield of a crop of silage maize can be calculated from the vol. of the harvested material and the DM density; the latter is defined as kg of DM/msuperscript 3 of freshly harvested material in a trailer. To test the accuracy of this procedure the value of the DM density of silage maize in a trailer at harvest and the factors influencing this density were studied. The standard deviation of the DM density of a random load of maize in a trailer was 11.2 kg/msuperscript 3.

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