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MECHANIZATION OF SOME PECAN HARVESTING PROCESSES.
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1985
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Zaltzman, Arthur
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Verma, Brahm P., Univ of Georgia, Georgia Experiment, Station, Griffin, GA, USA, Univ of Georgia, Georgia Experiment Station, Griffin, GA, USA
Heaton, E.Kell, Univ of Georgia, Georgia Experiment, Station, Griffin, GA, USA, Univ of Georgia, Georgia Experiment Station, Griffin, GA, USA
Zaltzman, Arthur, Univ of Georgia, Georgia Experiment, Station, Griffin, GA, USA, Univ of Georgia, Georgia Experiment Station, Griffin, GA, USA
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Abstract:
Early harvest of pecans, when shucks are still green has the advantage of providing kernels of higher quality than normally possible after waiting for shucks to dry. There is a need to develop mechanisms and machinery for removing the green shucks. This paper presents a new concept using two high friction belts for shucking the nuts. Under the best operating conditions, 100% of the pecans were completely shucked.
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Conference paper
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Language:
English
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28942
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MECHANIZATION OF SOME PECAN HARVESTING PROCESSES.
Verma, Brahm P., Univ of Georgia, Georgia Experiment, Station, Griffin, GA, USA, Univ of Georgia, Georgia Experiment Station, Griffin, GA, USA
Heaton, E.Kell, Univ of Georgia, Georgia Experiment, Station, Griffin, GA, USA, Univ of Georgia, Georgia Experiment Station, Griffin, GA, USA
Zaltzman, Arthur, Univ of Georgia, Georgia Experiment, Station, Griffin, GA, USA, Univ of Georgia, Georgia Experiment Station, Griffin, GA, USA
MECHANIZATION OF SOME PECAN HARVESTING PROCESSES.
Early harvest of pecans, when shucks are still green has the advantage of providing kernels of higher quality than normally possible after waiting for shucks to dry. There is a need to develop mechanisms and machinery for removing the green shucks. This paper presents a new concept using two high friction belts for shucking the nuts. Under the best operating conditions, 100% of the pecans were completely shucked.
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