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mechanize

[′mek·ə‚nīz]
(mechanical engineering)
To substitute machinery for human or animal labor.
To produce or reproduce by machine.
(ordnance)
To equip a military force with armed and armored vehicles.
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The other challenges in the field of agricultural mechanisation are how to overcome skill barriers to provide adequate support to modern technology.
The mechanisation challenge that Africa faces becomes apparent when you consider tractor uptake in the region; tractors, as an indispensable tool for tillage and transportation, are a key piece of equipment for farming mechanisation.
The variables used to achieve the objectives of the study were classified into four categories namely construction operation, mechanisation and sustainability factors and project outcome.
Hence, small-scale farmers have always played an integral role in supplying the nation with food, and as such they too will be well catered for under the mechanisation programme.
The beginnings of complete mechanisation and rationalisation of the industry from the early twentieth century onwards marked the emergence of the third type of labour relations, one which Welskopp calls the 'crew' system.
Leontiefs (1951, 1966) inpu-output system provides a framework measure the overall effect of farm mechanisation employment an income.
He said, "The Parliamentary Portfolio committee on Lands, Agriculture, Mechanisation and Irrigation will tour the affected area next week to assess the situation.
Presently, the Philippines has a farm mechanisation level of 57 horsepower for every hectare.
Mechanisation has the potential to significantly contribute to a sustained growth of the agribusiness sector, and various actors are running large-scale projects to help this process, bringing new land into cultivation and boosting productivity in existing and new farms.
Aberpergwm drift mine tonnages are expected to be ahead of the forecast 22,000 tonnes of saleable coal as a result of the introduction of mechanisation earlier than anticipated.
Mechanisation of three berths at Paradip port on public private partnership (PPP) basis.
The KSKTU has clarified that it was not blindly opposing mechanisation, and that it was only against mechanisation that totally eliminated jobs in the sector.