An agricultural tillage locomotive that integrates a variety of mechanical farm tools, including fire plowing, seeding, irrigation, and transporting fruits and vegetables as farmers. Bring convenience to small and decentralized agriculture and reduce the burden of agricultural machinery costs. It also has an internal combustion type fire tillage module, which can reduce air pollution.
MFV Implement is a modular agricultural farming locomotive that can integrate a variety of mechanical farm tools. Through a simple disassembly structure, farmers can meet the needs of various stages of farming and install different farming tools, including fire tillage, seeding, and irrigation. When it is not farming, it can be mounted with a transport module to serve as a means of transportation for farmers and to carry fruits and vegetables into the market for sale.MFV Implement brings convenient mechanized farming to small-scale agriculture and distributed farmland, reducing the cost of farming machinery and the inconvenience of operating a variety of machines.MFV Implement's internal combustion type fire plowing module combines air filtration and stirring systems to increase soil fertility, sterilize and filter exhaust gas, and reduce air pollution during fire plowing.
Research on the Pain Points of Intensive Farmers
1. Lack of rural labor
Most of the young laborers in rural areas leave the countryside to work in cities, the actual population is aging, and the rural labor force is severely lacking
2. The scattered arable land is not good for large machinery
At present, the cultivation of food in rural areas is mainly artificial, and the level of mechanization is low; coupled with the scattered and scattered arable land, it is not conducive to the use of large-scale mechanized equipment for cultivation
3. High labor costs for intensive agriculture
The labor cost per unit of farming area is high, but there is no problem of replacing labor with multi-function machines.
MFV Implement focuses on Malawi as the main research background. Malawi is a densely populated country, of which 85% of the population lives in rural areas and their livelihoods depend on agriculture. It is estimated that the population of Malawi reach 20.8 million in 2020.However,Malawi has almost no room to expand the area of arable land. Therefore, intensive agricultural production must be strengthened to produce enough food for the growing population.It is estimated that 70% of small farmers plant less than one hectare of land.Countries facing the same problems as Malawi include Kenya and Vietnam and other Southeast Asian regions
Research on the needs of intensive farmers
1. Pay attention to the simplicity and integration of machinery and tools in various farming processes to reduce labor output
2. Increase the utilization rate of scattered farmland
3. Improve the convenience of sales between farmland and cities