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Agricultre with the use of Technology

Mechanical processing Preparation of soil

Mechanical processing of soil so that it is in proper physical condition for planting is usually talked about until then. Adding nutrients and trace elements is called digestion. Both actions are important in agricultural operations.

Filling Tilage is the manipulation of clay in required condition from mechanical sources.

Tools are used to achieve some desired effect (such as plurization, cutting, or movement). The soil is cooled to change its structure, kill the mourning attire and manage crop residues. Modifications in soil structure are often necessary to facilitate water quantity, storage and delivery and to provide a good environment for seeds and roots. The elimination of mourning dresses is essential, as they resist water, nutrients and light. It is necessary to manage crop residues at the surface to provide suitable conditions for seedling and cultivation.

 the total or particle size of the soil is satisfactory

seed preparation will consist merely the removal of the mourning garment and the arrangement of the osches. Unfortunately, methods associated with planting, cultivation and harvesting usually cause soil structure destruction. Seed preparation is left out as the best opportunity to build the required structure, with large and stable holes from the soil surface to the water table or drains, excessive or free water rapid discharge and drainage Ensuring and boosting subsoil air. When these large holes seep into smaller ones, the soil will also retain and store moisture.

The procedure of seed preparation

depends on the required change in soil structure and overall size. In thick structured soil, farming will increase overall size, provided this is done when only small holes are filled with water; in addition to this ideal moisture, the other in addition to that ideal moisture in farming will be small or small or small They require to be broken down into small units by weather or machines. Electricity requirements are prohibited to disperse or cut dry cludge if too wet or too dry when used alone. Thus, the farmer usually tries to tighten such soil when slow rains have damped the beans and made them irresistible.

Tillage, especially traditional plowing,

can cause stiffness, or plowing can run; ie, a compact layer just below the tittage disturbed zone. With the increasing level of mechanization, layers like this are more common. They reduce crop production and are necessary to be scattered, allowing for water to be stored in and below the scattered zone for later crops.
Early farming equipment

Equipment used to break and loosen soil

for a depth of six to 36 inches (15 to 90 cm) can be called basic farming equipment. This includes mouldboard, disk, rotary, chimney and subcel hill. Moldboard hill is moulded to suit many soil types. This is perfect for bending over and covering crop residues. There are hundreds of different designs, each one intended to perform excellent at performing certain tasks in specific clay. The part that breaks the soil is called the bottom or foundation. This part, consists of the ground side and the mould board.

When twisting the bottom soil,

she cut the ditch, or skin, throwing a ribbon of clay on one side called a ferro piece. When the plowing is started in the middle of the land strip, a ferro hill is plowed into the field. On the return journey, a ferro piece is installed on the first piece. This leaves a little more ridge than the second, third and other slices. The ridge is called back ferro. When two strips of land are finished, the last Ferro cut leaves a ditch double the width of a bottom, called a dead Ferro. When the earth is broken by the continuous coating of fractions, it is called flat broken. If the earth is broken into alternative backfrocks and deadfrocks, it is said to be bedridden or registered.

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