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jag4x4 498166 288 armer beet harvester either
armer beet harvester
armer beet harvester. lifts the beet by the tops
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i like the harvester. but doesn't it leaves beets behind. the top
is not the strongest part of the beet. it will snap af with too
much tension. we lift the beets by the root here. ore don't you
have any problems with this system?

nice avatar btw ;-)
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Geoff, it might be like the Asa Lift carrot harvesters, they initially lift by the top but underneath there is a type of share as well.
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i see tas. that would be a logical explanation. if you simply lift them bij the top the top would snap of
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yes there is a share which losens the beet first for the belts to lift it,as there is alot of stones here this system has to be used to avoid stones being picked up with the beet..
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