Case 620 in Mud - Ole Reds first stuck - that's embarrassing ????

Case 620 in Mud - Ole Reds first stuck - that's embarrassing ????

Furthermore, the development of sub-soilers to break up soil pans (highly compacted layers of soil interfering with water movement and deep crop root development) would not have been possible without the power capability of the modern tractor. Likewise, the ability to improve soil drainage (in excessively high moisture soils) through tractorized mole drainage systems would not have been possible with animal power alone.

Agricultural employment also fell substantially, both in absolute and relative terms, and labor was redeployed outside agriculture. The number of workers per farm was stable, while farm sizes grew rapidly from an average of 167 acres in 1950 to 401 acres in 1978.

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Tillage is the manipulation of the soil into a desired condition by mechanical means; tools are employed to achieve some desired effect (such as pulverization, cutting, or movement). Soil is tilled to change its structure, to kill weeds, and to manage crop residues.

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Automation applications will be orientated towards and assist in the attainment of environmentally friendly and sustainable systems of agricultural and food production. However, the difficulties in matching environmental concerns and sustainability with an ever-increasing world population cannot be underestimated especially in the developing countries. Thus, there may be a tension between maximizing food production on the one hand and implementing sustainable development and environmental protection systems (e.g. erosion control) especially, in poorer regions, where the demand for increased food production follows logically from an increasing population.

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