The cabbage harvester can be used to harvest various varieties of cabbage, including red, wʜɪᴛe, and green cabbage. Two major harvester varieties are available from us: one for fresh market cabbage and the other for industrially treated cabbage. Both harvesters use the same harvesting ᴍᴇᴛʜodology. Two torpedoes with propulsion raise the cabbages. To shield the cabbage, these torpedoes elevate it.
The clip bindings take the cabbage and pull them out of the ground with the help of stainless steel bars. Both clip bindings contain cutouts in the form of cabbages. A propelled stainless steel blade cuts the roots and the extra leaflets behind the clip bindings. The height of this blade is movable. The harvesting system was created in 2003 and is ᴄᴏᴘyrighted.
Two conveyors turning in opposing directions are located at the conclusion of the clip bindings and are used to remove any extra leaflets that were folded around the cabbage. The elevator that follows the rolls transports the cabbage to a container or directly into a trailer pulling alongside. A PVC conveyor is located at the clip binding’s conclusion. The workers take the cabbage and put it in the crate or container. At the end of the conveyor, the extra leaves drop.
Let’s have a look at the cutting-edge harvesting equipment for broccoli, cabbage, carrots, and onions in the fascinating video below.
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Video resource: Noal Farm.