Tulip bulb harvesting with an A mac ZM4 and Earth Eater Super II land flusher from Achtuizen-based Vido Fleur. The land flusher is based on a ropa Euro-tiger beet harvester and was totally constructed by us. The water vehicle is a John Deere 6530 that is in front of the three axles. The John Deere 7530, 6150R, and 6170R, each with three axle Beco Super 2600 tippers, are used to transport the bulbs.
Harvesting tulip bulbs with an Apple Mac ZM4 and a custom Earth Eater super II built by Vido Fleur of achthuizen, the Nᴇᴛʜᴇʀʟᴀɴᴅs. The Ropa Euro tiger sugarbeet harvester is the basis for the self-propelled washing machine. A John Deere 7530, 6150R, and 6170R, all pulling Beco super 2600 trailers, are used to transport the tulip bulbs to the homestead’s second wash facility.
Since mid-May, the tulips have finished blooming, and it is now time to dig up the bulbs. Look at that! All of the green has been removed from the fields, but the bulbs are still there. The sand, together with the bulbs, will be collected by a large machine that will drive across the area. The bulbs will next be shaken by the machine to remove as much sand as possible.
To be sorted, cleaned, and packaged, the bulbs are brought back to the farm in large wooden boxes. Once sold, they may eventually find their way into your garden after traveling the world. You may learn more about the Nᴇᴛʜᴇʀʟᴀɴᴅs’ flower fields and springtime blooms thanks to Tulips in Holland. To find all the information you require for a delightful visit to the Sᴛᴜɴning flower fields in the Nᴇᴛʜᴇʀʟᴀɴᴅs, take a look at the FAQ section in the menu of this page.
Let’s see how harvesting tulip bulbs with an Amac ZM4 and earth eater supper II in the ᴀᴡᴇsome video below.
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