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Agricultural Mechanization

Agricultural mechanization describes the application of tools, implements and powered machinery as inputs to achieve agricultural production.

Agricultural mechanization enhances the workflow and sets standards for the processing, allowing easier access to agricultural markets.

Under this category, you will find technologies and practices on mechanized tools, which apply to crop production, harvesting and preparation for storage, on-farm processing and rural transport.

The agricultural mechanization category covers the Sustainable Development Goals of no poverty, zero hunger, good health and well-being as well as responsible consumption and production.

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