Fendt 1050 Vario + aggressive freestyle || FPV Freestyle
Apart from tractors, the agricultural equipment that has most caught the public imagination has been crop harvesters probably because of their (frequently massive) size, multiplicity of functions and bewildering variety of designs reflecting the huge variety in crop products and growth patterns whether the product to be harvested resides in the soil, above the soil surface, or on bushes or trees. Harvesting equipment is described in detail in Harvesters (EOLSS on-line, 2002).
Unlike in cases 1 and 2, workers who lose their jobs will find only inferior alternatives, and some may remain unemployed; this redeployment of labor is not a productive benefit, but a loss. Nor is there any potential relief from drudgery for the redeployed workers, since their inferior work options may in fact entail more drudgery.
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► Drone Setup:
- Frame: Armattan Chameleon Titan
- Motors: T-Motor F40 Pro III 1600kv
- FC: Airbot F7
- ESC: Airbot Furling32 4 in 1
- FPV Antenna: TBS Triumph RHCP
- FPV Camera: Foxeer Predator v4
- VTX: TBS Unify Pro HV
- Recever: Graupner GR12-L Sumd+t Diversity
- Props: HQ 5x4.3x3 v1s (THE BEST)
- GoPro Session 5 with ND
- Batterie: Tattu R-Line 6s v3 1400mah
- Fatshark Attitude V4
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Radioactive -- Imagine DragonsHow the economics of such an approach evolve depends on the commitment of the international community to attain such sustainable and environmental goals. There has been a substantial global investment in agricultural mechanization and automation by governments, industry, farmers and international agencies. In general, the return on investment has been spectacular.
Alternatively, it may be applied on the surface of the ground or crop (e.g. grass) using a tractor mounted centrifugal spinner or oscillating spout type applicator where the fertilizer is broadcast rather than placed in rows. Aerial application of fertilizers may also be used in locations inaccessible to tractors, as described in Fertilizer Applicators and Plant Protection Equipment (EOLSS on-line, 2002). Both pressurized (typically using ammonia) and nonpressurized liquid fertilizer applicators are also described. Protection of plants from diseases and pests is normally achieved by atomizing a liquid formulation containing the active pesticide ingredient through a small nozzle under pressure and spraying onto, beside or beneath the crop canopy, or by using granular pesticide applicators.