This is how kabocha pumpkins are cultivated and harvested. Here, an automatic planter is being used to assist in the sowing process. The seed is sown 5 cm deep by the machine, which also prepares the soil. The soil should be weed-controlling, fertile, well-drained, rich in nitrogen, and organic. After planting, the first flowers appear about 35 days later. Additionally, bees pollinate it.
It is advised that the ground be flat and open for a robust pumpkin crop. The pumpkins undergo pulp and seed analyses just before harvest. The quality of the vegetable is also demonstrated by how solid the shell is. Typically, kabocha takes 95 to 100 days from planting to be ready for harvest. Vegetables are less likely to be bruised when they are harvested by hand. One of the world’s most adaptable foods is pumpkin. You can eat the fruit’s seed, bud, leaves, and green or ripe fruit. Laboratories test each crop’s quality.
Some varieties of squash are only grown for their seeds. Pumpkins are first gathered in groups in the field prior to harvest. to be gathered using these Uɴɪqᴜᴇ ᴍᴇᴛʜods of gathering that separate the pulp from the seed. The Moty KE1800MS Multi seed Pumpkin Harvester is shown here. Pumpkin seeds are a great source of omega-3 fatty acids and also contain fibers that support healthy digestion.
The beet harvesting transformer machine is called Ropa Mouse 6. Its frontal capture system has a self-propelled cleaner that is 10 meters wide. elevated conveyor arm with a 15-meter maximum reach. The beets are transported to the collection vehicle via elevators and conveyors. Beets can be loaded and harvested at the same time.
Let’s see the Amazing Growing and Harvesting Process of Jᴀᴘᴀɴese Pumpkin and Other Modern Farming Machines in the ᴀᴡᴇsome video below.
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