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Evaluation of soybean glycine max threshing systems

Evaluation of soybean glycine max threshing systems

Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences 51(2): 116-118

Manual threshing, tractor treading and threshing with soybean thresher and stationary combine were compared on the basis of labor, fuel or power requirement, capacity, damage, unthreshed grain, germination percentage and cost of threshing soybean [G. max (Linn.) Merr.]. Threshing with soybean thresher with a capacity of 421 kg/h, which resulted in 8.5% unthreshed grain, 3.4% grain damage and 92% germination, was superior to other systems.

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