**NEW** | Explanation of the Fendt 1050 Vario | Vario Grip

**NEW** | Explanation of the Fendt 1050 Vario | Vario Grip

The emphasis on shifts in power sources, especially the shift to tractors, can cause misunderstandings about which operations are the most likely candidates for mechanization in developing countries. This section therefore discusses mechanization in terms of operations and pays only occasional attention to power sources.

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.

Like us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/TrekkerTrekker.nl Machinery: Fendt 1050 Vario with Vario Grip Nederlands:The importance of enhancing and upgrading such mechanization practices prior to the almost inevitable transition to engine-driven equipment is now well recognized. Automation of agricultural mechanization is an intensive area of research and development with emphasis on enhancement of food quality, preservation of operator comfort and safety, precision application of agrochemicals, energy conservation and environmental control.

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As such, sowing and fertilizing may be combined in one field operation, as is common in cereal production where semi-continuous bands of seeds and fertilizers are planted close together at shallow depths in closely spaced rows (typically 175 mm apart). Of course, the fertilizer may also be applied separately (from the seed) in a corn drill style applicator.

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