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Combined harvester widely used for in C. China

2011-06-08 08:33:05 GMT2011-06-08 16:33:05(Beijing Time)  Xinhua English

Photo taken on June 7, 2011 shows combined harvesters reap wheat in Xinxiang City, central China's Henan Province. More than 70,000 combined harvesters have gathered to reap wheat in Henan Province, China's largest wheat producer which owns top 80 million mu (about 5.3 million hectares) of wheat fields. They are able to reap four million mu (about 267,000 hectares) each day. (Xinhua/Zhu Xiang)

Photo taken on June 7, 2011 shows a combined harvester reaps wheat in Xinxiang City, central China's Henan Province. More than 70,000 combined harvesters have gathered to reap wheat in Henan Province, China's largest wheat producer which owns top 80 million mu (about 5.3 million hectares) of wheat fields. They are able to reap four million mu (about 267,000 hectares) each day. (Xinhua/Zhu Xiang)

Photo taken on June 7, 2011 shows combined harvesters reap wheat in Xinxiang City, central China's Henan Province. More than 70,000 combined harvesters have gathered to reap wheat in Henan Province, China's largest wheat producer which owns top 80 million mu (about 5.3 million hectares) of wheat fields. They are able to reap four million mu (about 267,000 hectares) each day. (Xinhua/Zhu Xiang)

Photo taken on June 7, 2011 shows a combined harvester reaps wheat in Xinxiang City, central China's Henan Province. More than 70,000 combined harvesters have gathered to reap wheat in Henan Province, China's largest wheat producer which owns top 80 million mu (about 5.3 million hectares) of wheat fields. They are able to reap four million mu (about 267,000 hectares) each day. (Xinhua/Zhu Xiang)

Photo taken on June 7, 2011 showed combined harvesters reap wheat in Xinxiang City, central China's Henan Province.

More than 70,000 combined harvesters have gathered to reap wheat in Henan Province, China's largest wheat producer which owns top 80 million mu (about 5.3 million hectares) of wheat fields. They are able to reap four million mu (about 267,000 hectares) each day.

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