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Title:Two-wheel tractors & conservation agriculture for sustainable intensification in Ethiopia
Title:Powering smallholder agriculture in Eastern and Southern Africa: how 2-wheel tractors increase farm power among smallholders
What is mechanisation like in different world regions? Which challenges do farmers face in Latin America,
The agricultural mechanization in Zimbabwe has evolved over time especially amongst small holder farmers.
Abusiness model in simple terms is a“blueprint” of how a company does business.
Two wheel tractors (2WTs) are a valuable but uncommon source of farm power to small holder farmers in Ethiopia,