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Mechanisation

Definition of the noun mechanisation

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noun - plural: mechanisations

  1. the condition of having a highly technical implementation
  2. the act of implementing the control of equipment with advanced technology; usually involving electronic hardware

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Google previewAgricultural Policies in Developing Countries (1992)

by Frank Ellis

Mechanisation is a policy area where it is feasible to consider the differential impact on men and women of proposed farm or post-harvest technologies. Mechanisation is sometimes advocated for its reduction in the drudgery of women's lives, ...

Google previewAn Introduction to Theory in Anthropology (1997)

by Robert Layton

Mechanisation is a more effective form of investment for capital. One machine can simultaneously do the work of several people - a spinning jenny operated twelve to eighteen spindles - and machines can be designed to complete tasks ...

Google previewEnvironment : Problems And Policies : (encyclopaedia Of Environment), (2005)

by K.R. Gupta

Environment in Tenth Plan ♢ The growing population, high degree of mechanisation and steep rise in energy use has led to activities that directly or indirectly affect the sustainability of the environment. There has been a reduction in forest ...

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Mechanisation in the vineyards

Photo credit: Richard Allaway

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Small photo of Tyumen, Russia - June 24, 2016: The 5th open championship of Russia on plowed land. Draught horse pulles plough through field. Draught horse was traditionally used in ploughing before mechanisationSmall photo of WINGFIELD, UK - APR 4, 2015: A tractor pulls a plough through a field. Widespread use of tractors emerged during the mechanisation of the agricultural industry in the 1950s.Small photo of Tyumen, Russia - June 24, 2016: The 5th open championship of Russia on plowed land. Draught horse pulles plough through field. Draught horse was traditionally used in ploughing before mechanisationSmall photo of WINGFIELD, UK - APR 4, 2015: Draught horses pull a plough through a field. Draught horses were traditionally used in ploughing before the large scale mechanisation of farming.Small photo of Tyumen, Russia - June 24, 2016: The 5th open championship of Russia on plowed land. Draught horse pulles plough through field. Draught horse was traditionally used in ploughing before mechanisationSmall photo of Tyumen, Russia - June 24, 2016: The 5th open championship of Russia on plowed land. Draught horse pulles plough through field. Draught horse was traditionally used in ploughing before mechanisationSmall photo of WINGFIELD, UK - APR 4, 2015: A tractor pulls a plough through a field. Widespread use of tractors emerged during the mechanisation of the agricultural industry in the 1950s. More...

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