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Frequent drivers of automobiles are all too familiar with the deceptive belief that an increased pace will result in a faster arrival. This is usually an illusion, since a brisk foot on the accelerator pedal rarely achieves more than a considerable bill at the next filling station. The situation appears similar yet different for fields, farm tracks and country roads, where agricultural machinery and tractors are moving in tough work and transport environments. Here too, the driver plays a central role in terms of ensuring climate-friendly processes. However, the difference is that agriculture is concerned not merely with the distance traveled, but more importantly with the generated yields. ...
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