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TasCowboy 351194 71 Potato Harvesting Gear either
Potato Harvesting Gear
John Deere 6400 FWA & Grimme RL-1500 twin row windrower.

Longford, Tasmania, 2003.
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John Deere 4050 MFWD & Grimme SE-75/40 single row offset harvester with canopy. Set up to pick up windrowed potatoes.

Longford, Tasmania, 2003.
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Waarom twee machines als alles in 1 kan ?
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Sorry, I dont understand what you are asking?
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he ask why they use 2 machines instead of just 1
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Ok thanks for the translation :-)

I believe they use this combination in cloddy soils (we dont use stone & clod separators pre planting).

Also by using this combination, less labour is required on the harvester (all of our harvesters are manned types) & by lifting the potatoes & allowing the skins to set, there is less bruising & damage to them
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Another one of the harvester.
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