Scientific Journal of KubSAU

Polythematic online scientific journal
of Kuban State Agrarian University
ISSN 1990-4665
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Pestova Lyudmila Petrovna

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The All-Russia scientific research institute of tobacco, makhorka and tobacco products
   

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PARAMETERS OF A DEVICE FOR MAINTAINING CONSTANT FLOW OF LIQUID IN A HYDRAULIC ROW SOWING MACHINE FOR SEEDLING PLANTS

abstract 1411807003 issue 141 pp. 19 – 29 28.09.2018 ru 83
We present results on proving parameters of the device for maintaining uniform flow of liquid in hydraulic row sowing machine for seedling plants. Main difference between row sowing in greenhouse and in field is 10 to 20 times less width between rows. Existing sowing machines (because of little width between rows) can only perform scattered sowing. A method and a scheme of the device for maintaining uniform flow of polydispersed system (working liquid – seeds of seedling plants) are theoretically proved. Parameters of the device for maintaining uniform flow of polydispersed system (working liquid – seeds of seedling plants) are experimentally proved. We have also defined the effect of pipe’s position in the tank on flow of polydispersed system out of it and the effect of polydispersed system parameters (working liquid – seeds of seedling plants) on peculiarities of hydraulic sowing technological process. Testing the experimental row sowing machine for seedling plants determined that this machine adequately performs sowing process and increases productivity 8.3 times compared to manual sowing
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PROVING THE INNOVATIVE MANUAL HAR-VESTING TECHNOLOGY AND GREEN LEAF PROCESSING IN ONE FLOW

abstract 1011407047 issue 101 pp. 742 – 759 30.09.2014 ru 483
Research results on elaboration manual harvesting technology and green leaf processing in one flow for farmers are presented. The result of proposed technology is decreasing labor expenses in 1.3–1.4 times and related costs on 20–25 % compared to manual harvesting and preparation leaves for curing
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