Fendt 1050 Vario / 12 m Agrisem Kurzscheibenegge / Bodenbearbeitung

Fendt 1050 Vario / 12 m Agrisem Kurzscheibenegge / Bodenbearbeitung

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.

Regardless of the stage of mechanization, new power sources are always used first for power-intensive operations. Furthermore, it appears that the price of labor matters less for the mechanization of power-intensive operations than for control-intensive ones-that is, it often pays to move to a higher stage of mechanization in power-intensive operations, even at low wages, when mechanization of control-intensive operations is not profitable.

Fendt 1050 Vario mit 12 m Agrisem Kurtzscheibenegge Bilder gibt es wie immer auf Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/agrar.paparazziref=hThe development of the moldboard plow facilitated the inversion and burial of layers of surface vegetation (grass, weeds, cereal stubble), exposing a virgin soil surface which could then be further broken down into a fine seed bed by draft or power driven tined implements. The development of the multi-furrow moldboard plow powered by high-speed tractors underscores the high productivity of modern mechanization systems as compared to the single furrow plow drawn by a slow moving draft animal.

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In all these changes, the elastic demand provided by export markets played a crucial role. Without such export possibilities, areas planted, employment, and agricultural output would have expanded less and mechanization would probably have happened more slowly. (If final demand is very inelastic, mechanization could lead to a reduction in agricultural employment even if extra land is available.) Mechanization can also be induced by labor scarcity arising out of nonagricultural demand for labor (case 2). Production costs rise because wages rise rapidly.

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