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And if not, what methods do they use to harvest crops?Please state your reference.Thanks
Actually a touch more than other farmers with similar operations. As others have pointed out they use the same tillage, planting, and harvesting equipment, that's usually the same size. Where I say they will use more is in weed control. Organic farms are not allowed to use chemical weed controls (I believe there's a few exceptions if it's a natural chemical such as vinegar, or a bacterial based spray, etc). So most of them will go with mechanical weed control, typically cultivation. Even if the number of passes taken with the cultivator is equal to what would be needed with a sprayer (not always the case), it will burn more fuel to cultivate due to the resistance of dragging a machine through the soil vs rolling on top of it. In the end the machinery use among similar crops between organic and conventional will be similar, with the organic guy likely doing a little more in this department, and likely burning a little more fuel in the process.
we have recently purchased some plant machinery such as back hoes front loaders and excavators, should have they come with a title or do we need to get one and how
I am not aware of a title for this type equipment. Normally you keep a copy of the machines serial numbers and bill of sale.
Every time you make a choice you create at least two universes. every writer creates a living world and by reading, hearing or watching you get to live there for a while. If you never had that experience I both feel sorry for you and envy you because the chances are very good that someday you will for the first time and after that it will always be cool but never as great as the first time.
I am writing a fantasy novel and part of it has to deal with farming and so I'd like to have a bit more information about low tech farming methods. Farming during the middle-ages and before the industrial revolution etc.
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kinda thinking mills, maybe a conveyor belt... and i'm curious about making a steam engine (running on liquid nitrogen).thoughts? some ww2 guy wanted to build an aircraft carrier out of pykrete (ice 14% sawdust)
try a hotel ;-). If you live in or are going to a cold climate, an ice house could be useful. You could give it power with the steam engine, and use the electricity to run a small heater, xbox, and other necessities. (i don't think a fridge would be necessary) I heard some dude actually made a working ice house like that, but it ran on solar power.
Both answers above me are good. However i would like to add, that there is the theory that viruses could be the result of genome reduction taken to extreme levels. They may have started out as a normal microbe but got more efficiant and lost most of their genome. In the end you have a Virus. Its much easier to use things that already exist then to make them yourself. You would rather buy a car then to design and build one for yourself from scratch. However there are some viruses who dont need that much help from cells. Pox viruses for example need just a few ribosomes and tRNA and they are happy. Adeno associated virus however is so lazy it needs another virus present in order to replicate.
For example:- Have you repaired the machinery?- Yes, I have repaired (it / them).
It is a word like furniture, equipment, information, etc. no plural form exists as they are non-count noun, so IT is the pronoun to use.
On 1st January, 2000 a firm purchased machinery worth Rs.100,000. On 1st September, 2002 it buys additional machinery worth Rs.27,000 and spends Rs.3,000 on its erection. The Accounts are closed each year on 31st December. Depreciation is written off 15% p.a. using Straight Line Method. You are required to prepare a Machinery Account for five years.
1.1.2000 Purchased machinery $100,000 Depreciation for 2000 $15,000 Nbv 31.12.2000 $85,000 Depreciation for 2001 $15,000 Nbv 31.12.2001 $70,000 1.9.2002 Purchased new machinery $30,000 Depreciation for 2002 $16,500 Nbv 31.12.2002 $83,500 Depreciation for 2003 $19,500 Nbv 31.12.2003 $64,000 Depreciation for 2004 $19,500 Nbv 31.12.2004 $44,500 Depreciation for 2005 $19,500 Nbv 31.12.2005 $25,000* *this nbv comprises $10,000 of the old machine and $15,000 of the new machine.