Krampe THL 25 L mit Fendt 1050 Vario - ein Fahrer berichtet

Krampe THL 25 L mit Fendt 1050 Vario - ein Fahrer berichtet

As a consequence, the transition to engine powered mechanization is likely to occur sooner rather than later in the poorer regions unless rural life (especially for females) can be made more attractive.

The overall sequence of operations (Figure 8) is orientated towards protecting post-harvest product quality and minimizing loss due to deterioration occasioned by respiration, microbial activity, insects or rodents. Control of respiration (i.e. conversion of carbohydrates to carbon dioxide and water) in crop products is achieved by temperature reduction, most usually by refrigeration but also by periodic ventilation typically of the cold night air.

Der Fahrer der Garten- und Landschaftspflege-Firma Torsten Marks aus Berlin berichtet über seine Erfahrungen mit dem Krampe Tridem-Hakenlift THL 25 L, hier zu sehen bei Baumfällarbeiten. Weiter Informationen zum Anhänger gibt es hier: https://www.krampe.de/produkte/THL-25-LThe abundance of plant pests in the tropics, including weeds and disease, makes agriculture successful mainly in the plantation system, where needed control measures can be financed. The alternative is to move from deteriorated land to newer fields; this practice of shifting agriculture has also been common, because tropical soils lose their productive capacity so rapidly.

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There is a long history of agricultural mechanization that has been human and animal powered rather than engine powered. The difference in scale is quite staggering and is a measure of the economic gulf between the rich and the poor on this planet. For example, an average horse plowing the soil at an average rate will perform work at a rate of one horsepower (hp). In contrast, a 100 hp (75 kW) tractor could work (e.g. plowing the soil) at a rate one hundred times faster than the horse.

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