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BART79 95228 81 Gleaner L2 either
Gleaner L2
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Hola alguien puede decirme que tipo de semillas se cosechan
con ese corte ????????? cereales????????? :-[
Gracias

Hello that type of seeds harvests with that cut?????????
cereals?????????
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It's a pick-up header. In the northern states and canada a
lot of farmers swath their wheat (trigo) before they
combine.
Could also be for canola (colza) From my farming translation
book :-D )
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Hi Bart,
CANOLA=COLZA !!!!!!!!!! thank you, it will be 2 years that a
try to understand what is CANOLA, and now the solution!
What's the use of colza?
Another question: i like Gleaner combine but in my country (
but i think also in Europe) i have never seen this machine.
I know that some of Gleaner's combine are rotary, so i would
like to know the difference from CASEiH axial-flow system.
greetings from Italy
Sandro
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Sandro,

I'm glad I could clear that out for you. (canola=colza)
They use it for cooking oil and they can also run a tractor
on it (with a modified engine.) same uses as sunfloweroil.
As for the gleaner. The rotor is like a case but it's not
axial. see picture. Gleaner claims that this system is
better because the crop doesnt change direction coming in
the rotor.
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Here's a better view.
Maybe they're too wide for Europe. I never seen them here
either. I've seen a lot of them when I worked in america.
(more deere and case)But my favorite is the older Gleaner L2
(the one I posted first and there's another in my album wich
I photographed myself)
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Ok Bart, you are very kind!
I don't think that now this machine are too wide for
European use, it may be on the 70' or 80', but here we use
the same combine that in USA.
For me it's only a trading choice of AGCO, in order to
promote Fendt or MF combine.
I heard that near my region there is an old well running
Gleaner but i don't know the model.
Excuse my curiosity, but when you gone in USA? I know that
some harvesting customer firms ( as Johnson harvesting)
search every year young man to driving combines, trucks and
other for the season's harvesting work.
Thank you very much.
Sandro
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