Mechanization is most profitable and contributes most to growth where land is abundant, where labor is scarce relative to land, and where labor is moving rapidly off the land. Several cases, listed in table 4, illustrate the effects of mechanization on employment.
During the nineteenth century many attempts were made to develop harvesting machinery in Europe and the United States.
The 1050 was dropped off in the yard, needed to get to hooked up to its drill and giving the drill a once over. Just another day in the life of Mike ♂️ https://www.patreon.com/bePatronu=25010547In North America and Europe, the combination of advanced mechanization systems, agrochemical inputs and plant breeding has produced an increase in farm production of such proportions that ultimately quotas on production had to be imposed to prevent the accumulation of massive food surpluses. The lesson from this experience is abundantly clear.