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Extreme Performance by Heavy Machines | Mind Blowing Machines | Amazing & Incredible Machines This video shows how heady machines support and make our work easy. It also shows some experts are playing with them like a toy. Watch the complete video and enjoy it!!! Please subscribe, then leave a positive comment below and let us know which part of this video was your favorite! Then like and share it with your friends! You can also subscribe by clicking the following link: https://bit.ly/37ljAyR Bookmark the link to our channel right now: https://bit.ly/3hdYY08 Thanks for watching Extreme Performance by Heavy Machines | Mind Blowing Machines | Amazing & Incredible Machines Extreme Performance by Heavy Machines | Mind Blowing Machines | Amazing & Incredible Machines Extreme Performance by Heavy Machines | Mind Blowing Machines | Amazing & Incredible MachinesFerguson developed a hydraulically activated three-point hitch to which implements could be attached and which could lift and lower implements to the required working position. Ferguson also developed automatic control systems (draft, position) which greatly enhanced the performance of the equipment. Draft control is a system whereby the drawbar pull can be maintained at a constant level by automatically adjusting the position of the implement (e.g. plow) in response to variations in draft (e.g. soil resistance).
The harvesting of delicate fruits (strawberries, raspberries, grapes, plums) and vegetables (tomatoes, mushrooms, lettuce) for the fresh market has not been successfully completed despite a substantial investment in crop breeding and mechanization research. Machines that can harvest such delicate biological tissues, generally inflict too much damage on a product destined for the fresh market but have been successful with product destined for processing. Selective harvesting is another substantial challenge facing researchers in the fruit and vegetable sector in particular.

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