Turkmenistan continues its grain harvesting campaign. More than 2.1 thousand high-performance combine harvesters are working in the fields around the clock to harvest winter wheat and other crops. According to Deputy Prime Minister Esenmyrat Orazgeldiyev, who oversees the agricultural sector, about 600 thousand tons of wheat have already been harvested from the country's fields, which is a little more than 42% of the planned harvest.
This data was announced by the official during the online working meeting organized by the President of Turkmenistan. During the meeting, the head of state noted that the entire harvest should not only be harvested without losses, but also in the shortest possible time. Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov addressed to the leadership of the agro-industrial complex via video conference, giving a number of instructions concerning the implementation of grain harvesting and sowing in the territories free of wheat.
Meanwhile, the grain harvesting campaign continues. As part of it, the fields are diligently working powerful machinery, distinguished by the complexity and extraordinary design, produced by world-renowned companies - "John Deere", "CLAAS", the purchase of this agricultural equipment was initiated by the Turkmen leader. Only during the period from 2017 to 2020 about one thousand "CLAAS" harvesters were purchased and handed over to the Turkmen agricultural producers. This powerful technology has a long service life and can provide many years of trouble-free service. The special threshing system enables you to harvest grain and other crops in the most efficient way. Spacious cabs provide excellent visibility, and the climate control system creates comfortable conditions inside the machine. The systems are controlled by the on-board computer.
Field workers are provided with the most favorable conditions for effective work. There are repair and maintenance teams operating in the districts, the main task of which is to provide services to ensure the smooth and uninterrupted operation of harvesting equipment.
Source and photo: turkmenistan.gov.tm