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gabriel 275801 75 Soybean Harvest either
Soybean Harvest
Harvesting soybean in Uruguay. It´s a group 4 argentinan
soybean. Yield 4 TT/Há. Planted in november and harvested on
April. Planted 19 cm (7,5 inches) between rows with a JD air
seeder. Picture taken on April 6

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Same combine. Notice the straw chopper. I have another 9650
STS with a spreader. Both work excelent, but in windy
conditions, I prefer the spreader...
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This is the one with spreaders. Has a 930 F the same as the
other 3 combines. It also has a "power Box". I´m saving 1,5
lt/há of fuel with that device compared to the other 9650.
I´m making more than 3000 hectares per season with each
combine, and diesel here is about U$S 0,88/liter, so I´m
saving more than U$S 2500 each harvest season!!!
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Hi Gabriel

very nice pictures. How does that fuelsaving device work? Is
it some kind of chip in the electronics?
Wow 3000ha in one year that is a lot. Do you have more than
one harvest a year?

Thanks Martin
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Hi,

It´s exactly an electronic chip to increase HPs. It works
changing the injection point. It makes the engine have more
HP with the same fuel. But, as the engine never lows down,
it doesen´t have to make huge efforts either. You harvest
allways at 2300-2350 RPM in the power-boxed combine, and at
2250-2320 RPM in the non power-boxed combine.

Yes, 3000 hás in a year is a lot. We start harvesting winter
crops (wheat and barley) in november and december, continue
with alfalfa and lotus in january, corn in february to may,
soybean in march to may and sorghum in april-june. As crops
are in two different seasons, we have 2 harvest seasons too.
We are harvesting 1000 hás of winter crops, 400 - 700 of
corn, and 1300 - 2000 of soybeans.
Bye
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