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4 CROPS 398426 76 Lexion 480 either
Lexion 480
Direct heading majesty turf rye grass in New Zealand destined for the American market
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Lexion 480
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Welcome to Farm Photo 4 Crops :-)

What a nice photo to start off with.

Where abouts in the South Island was this taken?

Regards,

TC.
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Lexion 480
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Lexion 480
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Thanks for that TC, was taken at Pukeuri, South Island.
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Ok, thanks ;-)

Great photos. Interesting for me to see direct heading of grass seed firstly & with such a big front secondly. Why dont you windrow or mow the turf grass (more susceptible to shattering?)
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welcome and nice pictures and nice combine very beautiful
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Direct heading saves another job and increases yeild from not
being shattered by mowing or windrowing and dries out alot
faster after rain.
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Doesnt the extra moisture cause you problems?

It would make the header work harder & cause gumming up inside I would think + it would mean having to dry the harvested seed wouldnt it?
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The seed is quite fit and needs dried the straw can be a bit
green have watch out for drum or rotor blocks:-D
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Ok ;-)
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