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Seed cleaning has not kept pace with the modern trends in Agriculture. Farms have been mechanized to the point where they have the most modern machinery, with which to seed and harvest our crops, to till the soil, and haul our products to market, but the seed cleaning facilities have been neglected. For example, in the 1953 Saskatchewan Seed Drill Survey 42% of seed wheat graded rejected due to high weed seed count. This is no doubt true in many other provinces as well as Saskatchewan
stationary seed cleaning plants -their economics and construction friction and shock losses in some air conveying systems
Peck, J. A. 1959. STATIONARY SEED CLEANING PLANTS -THEIR ECONOMICS AND CONSTRUCTION FRICTION AND SHOCK LOSSES IN SOME AIR CONVEYING SYSTEMS. Canadian Agricultural Engineering 1(1):13-14.
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