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A sugarcane harvester is a large piece of agricultural machinery used to harvest and partially process sugarcane.
Originally developed in the 1920s, it remains similar in function and design to the combine harvester. Essentially a storage vessel on a truck with a mechanical extension, the machine cuts the stalks at the base, strips the leaves off, and then cuts the cane into segments. These are then deposited either in the on-board container or alongside a separate vehicle. Waste material is then ejected back to the field where it acts as fertiliser. Source: Come to village
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