Mechanized Farming

Mechanized farming, refers to the use of machinery and equipment to perform various agricultural tasks and operations. It involves the application of technology and mechanical power to replace or enhance human labor in farming activities. 
Mechanized farming utilizes a wide range of agricultural machinery, including tractors, combine harvesters, planters, seeders, sprayers, irrigation systems, and various implements for soil preparation, cultivation, and harvesting. These machines are designed to increase efficiency, productivity, and precision in agricultural processes.
By adopting mechanization, farmers can accomplish tasks more quickly and effectively, reducing the physical labor required and increasing output. Mechanized farming allows for the timely completion of operations, such as land preparation, planting, fertilization, pest control, irrigation, and harvesting, optimizing crop yields and quality.

Cassava Harvester

A tractor harvester, also known as a combine harvester or simply a combine, is a versatile agricultural machine used for harvesting various crops such as grains (wheat, barley, corn, etc.) and oilseeds (soybeans, sunflower seeds, etc.). It combines several harvesting operations into one machine, including reaping, threshing, and winnowing.

The harvest can harvest two tons and it will be attached to a standard tractor with doable power output device. It can dig up all cassava roots without damage. It is simple and comfortable to operate.

Technical Specifications

Harvesting Row


Fixed Power

90 – 120hp

Working Speed

1.3 – 3.5km/h

Working Width

300 – 400mm


0.2 – 0.53 ha/h

Fuel Consumption

19 – 22 L/h

Tum Radius


Minimum Ground Clearance