Date of publication: 2018-04-25 21:46
Not only does it save you money from year to year, it can also help you preserve species that you liked the year before, customize your garden, and really get a feel for how to utilize every part of the plants you grow.
A basic third wheel system that takes the hard work out of moving augers. The third wheel system can be fitted to the main axle of most A framed augers. By winding a winch the bottom of the auger is lifted and the weight supported on a third wheel. The auger can then be pulled and pushed around without having to lift the auger. Easily lifts out of the way for road transport. Winner of the inventor of the year award at the Henty Machinery Field Days.
The lead time for mobilization in this technology is only 8-9 weeks
thereby making this 75 times faster, which shall give a big boost to develop
the storage capability of our country in a short span of time.
The NEUF self-discharge hopper lacks internal WORM sweeper, avoiding subsequent maintenance, since the hydraulic system that owns, raises the rear of the hopper, and “Gravity” makes the grains to slide to WORM or NORIA unloading lift.
Illustrated 75' X 5" Auger on standard adjustable height frame with motor and cover fitted Although very basic, our 5" augers are fantastic for shifting small volumes of grains and materials. Especially good for hammer mills and grain cleaners. 5" augers capable of 9-5 bags/minute. All the augers include belt, pulleys, pulley cover motor mount and bottom support.
For seed that does not take long to pretreat such as Cedrus I don't even use paper towels or other media, I soak the seed, dry it in the sun for about fifteen minutes until the outer husk feels dry to the touch and put it in a baggie and into the fridge. The seed is very fleshy and retains adequate water for the month that it must stay in there. Cedrus is VERY sensitive to excess water and will rot in an instant (see my Cedrus article for more info).
Hermetic Storage, eliminates the oxygen in silo bags
until it suppresses or deactivates the capacity of insects,
pest and fungi to reproduce and/or develop.
Depending on the seeds and where you have chosen to leave them, the process can take as little as two or three days to as long as a week.
After you have laid out your seeds choose a good location that is dry, free of humidity, and in the sun if you can manage it. Placing seeds in the sun will help to speed up the process. After that all you have to do is wait.
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