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  • Deere said limited X9 combines will be available for demonstration during the 2020 harvest season. (DTN/Progressive Farmer photo by Joel Reichenberger)

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  • Can-Am Defender 6 x 6 DPS HD10 (Progressive Farmer photo provided by Can-Am)

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  • Research is under way to build a cotton-harvesting robot that would constantly patrol the field and pick the bolls as they open. (Photo courtesy of Clemson University)

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  • GSI Z-Series Bin (Progressive Farmer photo provided by the manufacturer)

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