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World Amazing Modern Agriculture Heavy Equipment Mega Machines Intelligent Technology Construction

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  1. Csiza Árpád

    Hi there! Can You tell me please the source of the video sequence which is shown at 1:50 – 2:26 (the worker is planting strawberry on plastic mulch) and the video sequence starting at 4:07 to 4:37 (with three people on the transplanting machine)? Thank You in advance!

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  2. Richard Nightcore

    can't find any World Amazing Modern Agriculture Heavy Equipment Mega Machines Intelligent Technology Construction those are machines from the 1990/ early 2000

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  3. santiago vindell

    And what do they do at the end of the day with that huge used up plastics? Feed them to the pigs?? With so much plastics already floating in our oceans and now this kilometers of never ending plastics, we might just put the last nail in the coffin!! Congratulations humanity!!!

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  4. Code Brew Labs

    The global population is expected to grow by 2 billion in the next 32 years. With the same area for farmlands available, it seems almost impossible to feed such a growing number so fast. Technology can save us. This is how: https://www.code-brew.com/2018/04/23/agrotech/?utm_source=Youtubd&utm_medium=94

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  5. nicolas outin

    We see more plastic than vegetables? Is this normal?
    Fortunately, permaculture is present and some prefer to eat healthy and organic.
    Heureusement que certains sont pour la permaculture … on voit plus de plastique de que légumes est-ce normal ?

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  6. 이명후

    each of vegetable need it sensor or either alot species research over for low cost and big deal of world economic …. when it cheaper it could be competitions in the world markets

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