The biggest in the village is Deutz with 140 horsepower! Aga's hand is not held

Position control is a system whereby the position of a fully mounted implement (sprayer or fertilizer distributor, whose weight is completely supported by the tractor) is automatically maintained in a constant position (e.g. operating height over the ground) despite leakages in the hydraulic system tending to lower the position of the implement.

The lower tillage intensity in Africa may simply reflect the abundance of land: in order to maximize labor productivity, people work thinly over a large area. Under the substitution view, the profitability of mechanization and its contribution to economic growth depend on the opportunities available to workers (and sometimes draft animals) released from their tasks.

The biggest in the village is Deutz with 140 horsepower! Aga's hand is not held The biggest in the village is Deutz with 140 horsepower! Aga's hand is not held

The projected gradual increase in the use of renewable fuels coupled with state-of-the-art advances in mechanization, such as precision farming, means that the goal of high productivity may be coupled with sustainable strategies and environmental protection.

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While the future role of autonomous power supply systems is likely to expand, the total contribution to agricultural mechanization energy is likely to be of modest proportion. In other words, farms of the future will depend primarily on a purchased energy supply (i.e. diesel fuel or renewable substitute/extender, and electricity) to which autonomous power may make a valuable but small contribution to those farmers who wish to pursue the available options.

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