Agriculture Equipment Parts Articles

  • KBA-L Linear Bearing Pillow Block

    ISUTAMI KBA-L long linear bearing , also known as KBA-L extended linear bearing unit, KBA-L extended linear slide unit or KBA-L extended linear case housing (unit), is a suitable series for European market. L is an abbreviation for Long. This model consists of a long type aluminum housing with 4 fixing holes as well as two KB ...

  • The Development Phases of Ecological Agriculture in China

    The ecological agriculture has been developing extraordinarily rapidly since early l980s. Its developmental process can be divided into three distinct phases. The term of ecological agriculture in China was first used in early 1980s. Its definition is defined as a multi-layered, multi-structured, multi-functioned and intensively managed comprehensive agricultural production system that is ...


    By BIOSANI

  • Green Food

    Organic agriculture in China curiously and unlike what occurred in the west, did not appear before “integrated agriculture”, but after the launching of two state projects in the 1980’s: the first one being the development of a so-called “eco-agriculture”, and the second being the production, certification and commercialization of agricultural products classified as ...


    By BIOSANI

  • Blockbuster success for Addfield at this years Pig and Poultry Exhibition

    Fantastic success at the 2018 Pig and Poultry show Record number of visitors came to see our agricultural incinerators With the sun bearing down on us during the first day of the show the Addfield team began a truly tremendous two-day exhibition at the bi-annual Pig and Poultry show in Warwickshire. ...

  • Steering for Yield, Comfort in the Field

    The return on investment of GPS automated steering systems is almost never argued anymore. GPS technology has been proven to reduce overlap, resulting in fuel savings and productivity gains that farms of all sizes can appreciate. However, in my experience, the leading reason that farms today invest in a steering system is operator comfort. Many ...


    By Ag Leader Technology

  • Legislating for Sustainable Basin Management: The Story of Australia`s Water Act 2007

    The paper covers the history and current reform process in Australia’s Murray-Darling Basin that aims to rebalance water use from one dominated by irrigation for agriculture, where the environment bears most of the risk during a drought, to one in which the risk of drought is shared more equitably between irrigators and ecosystems. The reform was controversial, as it acquired private water ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • One-Quarter of World’s Agriculture Grows in Highly Water-Stressed Areas

    All living creatures need two things to survive: food and water. A new WRI analysis shows just how much tension exists between those two essential resources. A new interactive map from WRI’s Aqueduct project reveals that more than 25 percent of the ...

  • Integrated modelling of a coupled water-agricultural system using system dynamics

    An integrated System Dynamics Model for the water-stressed Rosetta region, Egypt, assessing water balance, and agricultural yield and revenue to 2050, is presented. The study uses 57 simulations to better understand impacts on water, food and economic security and their interactions, in order to highlight potential pathways towards a more sustainable future for the Rosetta region. Current water ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • The need for a professional network of agricultural and biosystems engineers in Africa

    Agricultural productivity in Africa remains the lowest in the world, but recent concerns about food insecurity, rising food prices and resource depletion have spurred world–wide interest about the role of African agriculture in feeding Africa and the world. Majority of world's uncultivated agricultural land is in Africa, yet the capacity to harness this resource remains limited due partly ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Population growth and forest sustainability in Africa

    Recent distressing trends in climate change, population explosion and deforestation have inspired this paper, which completes the existing literature by providing empirical justification to hypothetical initiatives on the impact of population growth on forest sustainability in Africa. Using three instruments of forest exploitation, the study shows how rural, agricultural and national population ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Save and Grow: Pesticide Risk Reduction for Sustainable Intensification of Rice Production

    Outline Presentation Background: Agricultural Scenario (2010-2050) & Crop Intensification Risks =>indiscriminate use of agrochemicals in rice paddy systems Overview FAO Intervention: Integrated Approach for Pesticide Risk Reduction Farmer Ecosystem-Literacy Education: Farmers Field School Case Study: Philippines: Sustainable Intensification of ...


    By Wetlands International

  • Save and Grow: Pesticide Risk Reduction for Sustainable Intensification of Rice Production

    Outline Presentation Background: Agricultural Scenario (2010-2050) & Crop Intensification Risks =>indiscriminate use of agrochemicals in rice paddy systems Overview FAO Intervention: Integrated Approach for Pesticide Risk Reduction Farmer Ecosystem-Literacy Education: Farmers Field School ...


    By Wetlands International

  • Elemental composition of Jamaican foods 1: A survey of five food crop categories

    The concentrations of 27 elements in Jamaican food categories consisting of fruit, legumes, leafy and root vegetables and other root crops are reported. The main analytical techniques used were neutron activation analysis and flame and graphite furnace atomic absorption spectrophotometry. The results are compared, where possible, with values from Denmark, the United Kingdom, the United States and ...


    By Springer-Verlag GmbH

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