Conference on Mechanization
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CTA. 1986. Conference on Mechanization. Spore 3. CTA, Wageningen, The Netherlands.
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Second International Conference on Agricultural Mechanization in Developing Countries was held in Amsterdam in January 1984
The Second International Conference on Agricultural Mechanization in Developing Countries was held in Amsterdam in January 1984. The recommendations that were made include the following: the formulation of national agricultural strategies; the consideration as agricultural mechanization both as a long-term development factor and as a response to immediate problems; the need for multidisciplinary training programs; the need for manufacturing equipment designed to satisfy local needs; more cooperation among small and medium-scale manufacturers in both developed and Third World countries; and better assessment of the respective roles that can best be played by public and private organizations for the introduction and support of agricultural mechanization.
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