Deere uses its nous as cheaper sprayer-boom con­trol un­veiled

Irish Independent - Farming - - Front Page -

the com­bine. The firm's Mul­tiThresh sys­tem al­ters the ag­gres­sive­ness of the ro­tary sep­a­ra­tor to suit the crop va­ri­ety or mois­ture.

For ex­am­ple, in wet­ter con­di­tions it is op­er­ated on an ag­gres­sive set­ting to aid re­mov­ing all the grain.

The ad­just­ment is set less ag­gres­sively in dry straw con­di­tions to re­tain qual­ity.

Cop­ing with un­du­lat­ing or hilly ground are New Hol­land's SmartSieve and Opti-Fan sys­tems. The SmartSieve sys­tem au­to­mat­i­cally changes the throw an­gle of the grain on the sieve to pre­vent build-ups of grain and straw, which are a key cause of poor grain sam­ples or grain losses.

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