1966-02-01

Narrow Row Crops and Their Implication on Harvesting Equipment 660577

There is a trend toward growing row crops in narrower row spacings that affects the design of harvesting equipment; in particular combines used for harvesting corn. As the rows become narrower the headers are made larger to harvest a greater number of rows with each pass through the field. Larger headers can influence the balance, hydraulic system, wheel tread, tire size, and power requirements of the machine.

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