Integration of a cob separation system into a biomass harvesting combine

@inproceedings{Johnson2010IntegrationOA,
  title={Integration of a cob separation system into a biomass harvesting combine},
  author={Jeremiah K. Johnson},
  year={2010}
}
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An Innovative System for Maize Cob and Wheat Chaff Harvesting: Simultaneous Grain and Residues Collection
Maize and wheat are two of the most widespread crops worldwide because of their high yield and importance for food, chemical purposes and livestock feed. Some of the residues of these crops (i.e.,

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