Agricultural Mechanization, Advantages And Disadvantages

Agricultural mechanization is the application of engineering principles and technology to agricultural production, storage and processing of plants and animal products on the farm.

The intention of agricultural mechanization is to increase food production and to meet the need of increasing population and industrial request for raw materials.


1.   It reduces or eliminates drudgery

2.   It enhances increase in food production

3.   It improves the standard of living of the farmer

4.   Farm labour output per man is increased

5.   Re-claimation of waste land is possible through water drainage on water-logged area.

6.   It ensures more efficient artificial application of water to the farm land (irrigation)


1.   It is very costly to purchase agricultural machinery because it requires a lot of money

2.   It damages crops if care is not taken

3.   It aids the spread of diseases and pests through contaminated machinery

4.   It leads to unemployment

5.   It results into environmental pollution

6.   High cost of maintenance

7.   Scarcity of spare parts

8.   It causes soil compartment and destruction of soil structure

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