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Copied this from Red Power Forum ,talk about specialty Crop Harvesting

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Wow, that's impressive! I have a million questions now LOL. Like why the tires and the tracks on the earth eater? Why the track coolers? It's not like it's travelling very fast. Maybe just disposing of dirty water . I always thought tulip bulbs were quite durable, they are gentle with them yet they thump them around quite a bit during some operations. What is it with Europeans operating equipment with the doors and windows open? Though it doesn't seem to be very dusty. Must be hard on the back and butt sitting in those chairs all day sorting bulbs... Seems noisy too but that might just be the recording.

Thanks for sharing, good video

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That is cool!

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Genius, inspirational, awe inspiring
Something to be said for those Amsterdam folk
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