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In agriculture, monoculture is the practice where a single crop, livestock species, or plant of one species that are genetically uniform at a time.
Advantages commonly attributed to automation include higher production rates and increased productivity, more efficient use of materials, better product quality, improved safety , shorter workweeks for labour, and reduced factory lead times. Higher output and increased productivity have been two of the biggest reasons in justifying the use of automation. Despite the claims of high quality from good workmanship by humans, automated systems typically perform the manufacturing process with less variability than human workers, resulting in greater control and consistency of product quality.
Crop rotation is an ancient farming practice that has been used by farmers since the BC Centuries. Crop rotation is defined as the intentional planting of different types of crops in different parts of the field and at different seasons in a sequential manner. It also entails not choosing to plant anything at all in a given season and allow the land to rejuvenate while bare until the next season. In crop rotation, one can also incorporate livestock in the practice when the land is left bare for a season of grazing. In the very early years, farmers used to practice crop rotation, but they had no idea of the scientific reasons behind the success of the practice, nor did they have the specific term for the practice.
After decades of neglect, agricultural mechanisation is back on the development agenda in Africa. Taking the mechanisation efforts of Ghana as an example, this paper analyses the governance challenges involved in government and private sector efforts to promote mechanisation in smallholder-based farming systems. To identify these governance challenges, this paper develops a conceptual framework that combines the agricultural innovation system approach with the concepts of New Institutional Economics. The results show that next to well-known problems such as market failures concerning access to spare-parts supplies and credit, mechanisation is constrained by missing institutions, particularly those that would be required to ensure adequate skill development of tractor-operators and technicians. In addition, exchange rate fluctuations and impeding customs practices prevent stronger private sector involvement in mechanisation. Governance challenges such as political interest and elite capture were found to limit the effectiveness of government imports of tractors and machinery.
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Manufacturing is the largest sector in the U. Although factory employment has decreased over the years, the U. Thanks to mass production, the U.
Author: John F. In the future, agricultural machines will become data-rich sensing and monitoring systems. Significant challenges will have to be overcome to achieve the level of agricultural productivity necessary to meet the predicted world demand for food, fiber, and fuel in Although agriculture has met significant challenges in the past, targeted increases in productivity by will have to be made in the face of stringent constraints—including limited resources, less skilled labor, and a limited amount of arable land, among others. The metric used to measure such progress is total factor productivity TFP —the output per unit of total resources used in production.
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Image: Mechanization in office — Advantages and Disadvantages. The work performed with the help of machine is generally more neat and legible than the work completed by hand. Therefore, the using of machines ensures the quality of work.
Mechanization of farms means the use of machines for conducting agricultural operations, replacing the traditional methods which involve human and animal labor. Farm mechanization is one of the packages of green revolution technology. Farm mechanization implies the use of mechanical technology in the varied farming operations like sowing, harvesting, thrashing, leveling, watering, spraying, weeding etc. The farm mechanical technology includes: 1.
Мидж горящими глазами смотрела ему вслед.
Она оказалась права, но никогда не подозревала насколько. - Вы заплатили ему десять тысяч долларов? - Она повысила голос. - Это грязный трюк. - Трюк? - Теперь уже Стратмор не мог скрыть свое раздражение. - Это вовсе не трюк.
Сьюзан едва могла говорить. - Никакой Цифровой крепости не существует, - еле слышно пробормотала она под завывание сирены и, обессилев, склонилась над своим компьютером. Танкадо использовал наживку для дурачков… и АНБ ее проглотило. Сверху раздался душераздирающий крик Стратмора. ГЛАВА 86 Когда Сьюзан, едва переводя дыхание, появилась в дверях кабинета коммандера, тот сидел за своим столом, сгорбившись и низко опустив голову, и в свете монитора она увидела капельки пота у него на лбу. Сирена выла не преставая.
Наибольшая скорость, которую она развивала, достигала 50 миль в час, причем делала это со страшным воем, напоминая скорее циркулярную пилу, а не мотоцикл, и, увы, ей не хватало слишком много лошадиных сил, чтобы взмыть в воздух. В боковое зеркало заднего вида он увидел, как такси выехало на темное шоссе в сотне метров позади него и сразу же стало сокращать дистанцию.