These renewable sources are normally processed off-farm and sold nationally or regionally and, as such, are not considered as a local autonomous power supply for agriculture. In the future, it is likely that the diesel oil supply will dwindle and may eventually run out. As such, governments and appropriate agencies may wish to encourage the development of an infrastructure for processing and distribution of diesel fuel alternatives to cope with such a scenario.
Examples include herbicide application based on sensed soil organic matter content, and anhydrous ammonia application in growing maize based on sensed soil nitrate level. This is a complex technology that requires a major investment in research and development. The pay-off will derive from the savings accrued due to lower use of expensive agrochemicals, environmental protection and sustainability.
** Started over from the last video you saw, it's a new day! ♂️ And it's going to be a great one! ** That's farming guys, there's good days and bad days and I try capture them all, where most wouldn't. ** Follow me on Patreon for live and real time updates - as theses videos are up to 10days old. https://www.patreon.com/bePatronu=25010547Advances in technology have been central to the dramatic progress in the mechanization of farming practices throughout the world. Of greatest importance has been the development of the internal combustion engine and its utilization in farm tractors, combine harvesters and other self-propelled agricultural machinery.