The Machinist Magazine March 2019
Young-A-Luru Techs IT To The Top
From Home Seekers To Home Owners
The debate around the future of agriculture mainly revolves around the use of technology to improve productivity and yields, and is sometimes shrouded in triumphalist rhetoric.
Smart farming will solve the problem of feeding the planet in the future, it’s often claimed, providing an answer to the global population’s growth; with data-based decision making replacing farmers’ intuition, unprecedented prosperity will ensue.
If you are considering selling or buying a late-model, high-horsepower, front-wheel-drive (FWD) tractor, then the marketplace is in a good news/mixed news state of affairs of late.
The good news: Values of high-horsepower FWDs (250 to 400 hp.) are up from the last couple of years. Dealers have sold off the massive tractor inventories that filled their lots since 2014. This, in turn, is pushing up asking prices (5% to 15% overall compared with 2017 and 2018) for high-horsepower machines, which means your trade-in tractor is worth more.
Topcon’s NORAC Tillage Depth Control (TDC) System utilizes ultrasonic sensors to automatically compensate for differing soil types and terrains, while maintaining the correct implement depth. NORAC TDC is designed to turn tillage into a high-tech operation, regardless of tractor type. It is designed as a “set it and forget it” system that will automatically hit the correct cutting depth in all conditions and terrains. In addition, operators can expect more accuracy than competitive systems, due to the patented technology powering the NORAC ultrasonic sensors.
Students should be given in-depth and modern technical education in agriculture for its sustenance as it is the backbone of the country.
Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh chief Mohan Bhagwat on Wednesday.
Hyderabad: Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao asserted that there is a need to overcome the difficulties arising out of non-availability of appropriate statistical data pertaining to food and agriculture sectors. “Greater results can be achieved if a farmer is brought into organised sector. The state needs to be divided into crop colonies. Crores of people are dependent on agriculture and horticulture in the state and hence these two departments should work to fulfill their needs and aspiration,” KCR said in a statement.
Chief Minister Raghubar Das on Tuesday said agriculture and rural development will be focus areas for the Government in the year 2019. He said the New Year will witness the emergence of a new Jharkhand. He shared
Extending his warm wishes for the New Year, Das in his press meet organised at Sidhgora Sone Mandap said the New Year will growth in various sectors including health, education, infrastructure development, agriculture, rural development, social welfare, power and traffic policing. He also sought suggestions for development of all sectors and improvement in schemes.
Sonalika International Tractors Ltd Wednesday reported 14 per cent increase in total sales at 6,066 units in December 2018.
The company had sold 5,321 units of tractors in December 2017, Sonalika International Tractors Ltd said in a statement.