Wheat Grains seperation with thresher After Harvesting

in harvesting •  7 months ago


When we grow the wheat a time reach when it is ripe and its ready for harvesting ,there are several stages come here i am going to explain that with pictures and a brief explanation.

Growing Till It Ripe:

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When the wheat ripe and it get ready for harvesting the farmer wait for the right time to know that if it is harvested and it stay few days in sunlight to get it ready for Sifting and Winnowing.

Harvesting process:

when it get ready for cutting the farmer harvest it as shown in the picture below :
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When its is harvested or cut we need to bundled it into sheaves in order to make it easy to carry it from one place to another place with no problem in handling ,As shown in the pictures here ,

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Drying Wheat bundles :

After making bundles we leave that that it dried till the time of separation,when it get dry we used a machine called threshing machine which threshing wheat and it give us the grains easily.

Thresher :

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