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Börde-Museum Burg Ummendorf Haus-, Hof- und Feldwirtschaft [BMBU_2018Ohr011_Ple_Saa]

Zuckerrübensaat-Standgefäß

Zuckerrübensaat (Börde-Museum Burg Ummendorf RR-F)

Description

Plexiglas-Stand-Schauröhre zur Zuckerrübensaat mit vier Füllabschnitten (von oben nach unten): pillierte Zuckerrübensaat, monogerme Zuckerrübensaat mit entferntem Samenstand, gereinigte monogerme Zuckerrübensaat, ungereinigtes monogermes Zuckerrübensamen-Erntegut. Das Standgefäß veranschaulicht die Phasen der Zuckerrübensamen von der Ernte über die einzelnen Reinigungsschritte bis hin zur pillierten Saat, wie sie heutzutage u.a. verstärkt im Zuckerrübenanbau üblich ist. Eine Ummantelung der Saatkörner sorgt für die Gleichmäßigkeit der Samen, was die gleichmäßige maschinelle Ausbringung der Saat erleichtert.

Material/Technique

Plexiglas

Measurements

12 x 12 x 30,2 cm, Durchmesser: 7 cm

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