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Around armed and agriculture has been the first civilization to the earliest form of the crop. Early most agricultural tasks by human hands, crop equipments or with very simple tools. Through the years, the machinery created to simplify farming, but still need to operate, or to pull people or animals. Now, agricultural machinery, greatly reducing the manual labor in cultivating the crop, because a lot of machines do all the work.
The rotary tiller is a common soil by farmers or loose use of the machine. Also known as a rotovator, rotary cultivator rotary blades, usually by two or four-wheel tractor pull soil. They are used for agriculture, farmers need a new loose soil before planting the seeds, so that more oxygen. The rotary tiller evolved into a more domesticated version is called as a rototiller. This type can be found in most hardware stores to promote and move round power blade.
Another useful and common agricultural machinery balers. car washer although there are many varieties, balers, the most commonly used throughout the farmland to collect valuable materials, and compressed into a neat package. They are useful because they allow farmers to reuse usually is the waste left after the harvest. It can also be used for recycling facilities in order to compress recyclable materials such as plastic bags and paper. The round baler is the most common and farmers to use the most efficient packer. Collect harvest hay baler compression and rolling hay roll and rubber band. Once the roll is usually 1100-2200 pounds to reach a certain size, it wrapped up, to introduce local farmers to store.
Cultivation stage like a rotary tiller, plow, mobile, and seed and soil preparation. Tilling the soil area is useful any old remains and dispose of, and to remove any noxious weeds. However, plowing, digging too deep on the ground surface may be harmful to crops. Long ago, humans and animals such as cattle, insect control materials pulling the plow, but later they become steam power. submarine cable or pipeline laying, and even underwater plow.