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A third effect, discussed in detail in the next section, is that higher capital costs produce a bias in mechanization toward power-intensive operations. Finally, higher capital costs influence the design of machines; if repair costs are relatively low, designs emphasize repair over durability.

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European farmers did not adopt reaper-binders until the first decade of the twentieth century (Bogart 1942). In Japan reaper-binders had a perceptible impact only after 1967, almost a hundred years after the United States and a good thirty years after Japan started mechanizing pumping, threshing, and winnowing in earnest.

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The performance of such wet biomass (animal waste) systems is outlined in Agriculture and Autonomous Power Supply, EOLSS on-line, 2002, and summarized in Table 3. Autonomous power supply must also include human and animal power (as discussed in Human and Animal Powered Machinery, EOLSS on-line, 2002) which, although of great relevance to small farms in the poorest regions, is otherwise declining in relative importance.

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In case 1 unused land is available and mechanization leads to output growth-the more so, the higher the elasticity of final demand. The best example is the United States in the second half of the century: an impressive horse-based mechanization led to massive agricultural growth because land was rapidly opened up and export markets in Europe provided a highly elastic demand for agricultural products.

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