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Leaders of Henan Yongcheng Agricultural and Agricultural Machinery System visited Dangkang

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(Summary description)On August 31, 2019, more than ten people from the leadership of the agricultural and agricultural machinery system of Yongcheng City

Leaders of Henan Yongcheng Agricultural and Agricultural Machinery System visited Dangkang

(Summary description)On August 31, 2019, more than ten people from the leadership of the agricultural and agricultural machinery system of Yongcheng City

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On August 31, 2019, more than ten people from the leadership of the agricultural and agricultural machinery system of Yongcheng City, Henan Province visited Shandong Dangkang Agricultural Equipment Co., Ltd. to visit the company's assembly workshop, welding workshop and product display area. The general manager of the company Zeng Xiangang reported the company's development plan, product performance characteristics and market conditions to the leaders of the Yongcheng agricultural and agricultural machinery system. Both parties discussed the integration of agricultural machinery and agronomy, as well as the advantages and disadvantages of traditional machinery and new machinery operations.
After the leaders observed the field operation of the drive rake (Yongcheng local growers use Dangkang drive rake operation), they also deepened their understanding of the drive rake products through exchanges. The power-driven rake is particularly effective for large, unbreakable large soil blocks and moats that appear after deep turning; in the preparation of the seed bed, the power-driven rake is currently the best working tool. Agronomic requirements such as “Qi, Song, Shatter, Net, Moisture” provide perfect soil conditions for seed emergence, which not only saves seeds during sowing, but also achieves a good effect of increasing yield during harvest.
The traditional rotary tiller operation method has formed problems such as shallow tillage layer, virtual soil layer, no moisture retention, poor straw embedding, unsatisfactory emergence rate, and many pests and diseases. It is becoming more and more difficult to meet the requirements of large professional farming households. There is an urgent need to change the current traditional operati