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Combine used in corn: Two types of gathering attachments successful in harvesting trials in 1954

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Roy Bainer, University of California
J. R. Goss, University of California
R. G. Curley, University of California
D. G. Smeltzer, University of California

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California Agriculture 9(7):12-14.

Published July 01, 1955

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Abstract

An ordinary grain combine—when equipped with either a rasp-bar or angle-bar cylinder—is suited for shelling ear corn under California conditions.

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W. M. Lawson, Farm Advisor, Riverside County, University of California; W. N. King, Farm Advisor, Kern County, University of California; and George Abernathy and Bruce Campbell, students at the University of California, Davis, co-operated in the above-reported tests.

Combine used in corn: Two types of gathering attachments successful in harvesting trials in 1954

Roy Bainer, J. R. Goss, R. G. Curley, D. G. Smeltzer
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Combine used in corn: Two types of gathering attachments successful in harvesting trials in 1954

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Authors

Roy Bainer, University of California
J. R. Goss, University of California
R. G. Curley, University of California
D. G. Smeltzer, University of California

Publication Information

California Agriculture 9(7):12-14.

Published July 01, 1955

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

An ordinary grain combine—when equipped with either a rasp-bar or angle-bar cylinder—is suited for shelling ear corn under California conditions.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

W. M. Lawson, Farm Advisor, Riverside County, University of California; W. N. King, Farm Advisor, Kern County, University of California; and George Abernathy and Bruce Campbell, students at the University of California, Davis, co-operated in the above-reported tests.


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