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greenguy 102151 84 stone harvester either
stone harvester
SMC sugar beet harvester modified to pick up stones.
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the machine
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the machine
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the hip
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the hip
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The field (after the stone picking)
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Wow. Impressive pile of stones! Looks like there are plenty
left in the field however. It'd be nice if there was a
market for the stones...
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Hi Greenguy,
About last picture. Do you use what planter type to so
stoned soil?
The field is after stone picking, really? I'm thinking
before.

Greetings from Brazil,
Flavio
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This year I searched about 50 acres of corn fields for
stones(on foot and with a bucket:-D) and got about 3-4 tons
out of it. A lot of people asked me if they could have some
or all of them for decorating their garden. Turns out you
would have to pay at least 70€/ton if you wanted to buy them
elsewhere. Of course those would all be of similar size and
roundly shaped.
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Hi Flavio,

We use a combination power harrow/pneumatic seeder with
traditional coulters for the grain and a precision drill for
the corn.

The last pic was taken after the picking. It was the first
time we picked up stones in this field.

Bye,

Greenguy
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