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gabriel 162254 75 combine unloading either
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Soybean harvest in Soriano, Uruguay.
April 8 2005. Is a 9650 sts with a 30 ft. header.

unloading in a Ascanelli 20 TT grain buggy, pulled with a
7210 Case IH Magnum.
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nice picture and nice grain quality
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how does the waggon steer

dont looks easy and light steering

nice pics

in het nl :-P

hoe stuurt dat ik zie geen draai krans ofzo
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It has a waggon axle in the front and is very easy to steer.
It also is very safe and strong built. The complete axle
turns like a truck steer axle. Ah!, it has suspension in the
front, and a huge spring between tractor and buggy to get
better transit.

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Good pics for sure! I bet ya was a little happier with the
STS in the green stem beans? We used to run all 9600's and
now we have 50 series STS's and we love them! Did ya have to
spray for any rust on these beans in the pics? Have a safe
and profitable day
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We are really happy with the 50 series and specially with
the STS trshing system. We have two 9610 and one STS. In
green stem beans all work really good, but in normal
soybeans is where you can see the STS benefits. We can
harvest 1.5 miles faster with the same header!.
This year we sprayed 90% of our soybeans because of soybean
rust. It appeared last year and this year we had in almost
all area...prepare yourself. In USA you´ll probably have in
latest crop stadium. And spraying is really efficient, but
you have to do really well. It means working with lots of
water (200 lt/hectare), lots of drops/cm2, special nozzles
(with twinjet or twin caps for improve canopy penetration),
and really slow speeds(not more than 8 miles/hour, even in
self propelled sprayers). That speed thing is the key of
I send a picture of one of our sprayers working with
fungicides for S. rust control.
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