2013
DOI: 10.1590/s0034-737x2013000300007
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Abstract: Losses in mechanized harvesting soybean: a quantitative and qualitative analysisThe losses that occur during mechanized harvesting of cereals imply large prejudice for farmers and for the Country. For soybeans, much of the losses could be avoided. Thus, in this context, the objective of this study was to evaluate physiological and physical losses of soybean seeds during harvest at different days and times. The losses were grouped in losses on the platform of cutting, losses in the internal mechanisms and total… Show more

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“…Reis (2013) observed that there is alteration in the level of damage to the seeds during the mechanized harvest of soybean under the influence of seed temperature, which is also associated with the water content in the grain. The higher the temperature of the seeds, the higher the probability of occurring mechanical damages to the seeds, either in the mechanism of cut and supply or in the threshing system.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Reis (2013) observed that there is alteration in the level of damage to the seeds during the mechanized harvest of soybean under the influence of seed temperature, which is also associated with the water content in the grain. The higher the temperature of the seeds, the higher the probability of occurring mechanical damages to the seeds, either in the mechanism of cut and supply or in the threshing system.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Costa et al (1979) observed that the speed regulation of the threshing cylinder and the distance between it and the concave are essential to product quality and loss reduction. Similarly, for Holtz & Reis (2013), the forward speed and reel speed can be decisive in the cutting table losses. According to these authors, both immediate and latent mechanical damage are originated at the time of threshing, i.e.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Ainda, sementes expostas às condições de campo, por período prolongado, após o estádio R8, apresentam redução na qualidade (Holtz e Reis, 2013).…”
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