IN TEA PICKING MACHINES, THE PROSPECT OF USING A NEW CUTTING MACHINE

  • Merab Mamuladze Associate Professor, Batumi Shota Rustaveli State University, Georgia
Keywords: Cutting Device, Rubber Finger, Stem, Cutting Machine, Tea

Abstract

Tea represents the economy's main field in agriculture and plays a crucial role in growing and cultivation, proper performance and operation of machine technologies. In the areas where small peasant farms and cooperatives have been formed, and operation of heavy-duty machines is inappropriate, the labor costs should be decreased. Therefore, analysis of machines, which allow high tea leaf plucking quality without destroying the inefficient and unnecessary shoots should be refined and become technically perfect. In this scientific research presents interaction of bearing-less cutting machines with a rubber finger with the stem as a working cutting device, this gives opportunities of a lossless and high tea leaf harvesting quality in the small contoured sloped areas by using machines, based on light-duty engines

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Published
2023-02-18
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Mamuladze, M. (2023). IN TEA PICKING MACHINES, THE PROSPECT OF USING A NEW CUTTING MACHINE. World Science, (1(79). https://doi.org/10.31435/rsglobal_ws/30032023/7944
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