The Agriculture PowerPoint template is set against a white background and has the different hand tools used in agriculture. The template can be used to educate the farmers on how to choose the right tools for farming and how it can be used. It can also be used by websites online selling agriculture equipments with the various tools and the respective prices.
The template talks about the various tools or equipments that are used in agriculture. A hand tool is any tool that is not a power tool – that is, one powered by hand rather than by an engine. Some examples of hand tools are garden forks, rakes, hammers, spanners, pliers, screwdrivers, and chisels. Hand tools are generally less dangerous than power tools. Hand tools have been used by humans since the Stone Age when stones were used for hammering and cutting. During the Bronze Age tools were made by casting the copper and tin alloys that the period is named after in clay moulds. Bronze tools were sharper and harder than those made of stone. During the Iron Age, iron replaced bronze, and tools became even stronger and more durable. The Romans developed tools during this period which are similar to those being produced today. In the period since the industrial revolution, the manufacture of tools has transitioned from being craftsman made to being factory produced. The hand tools still used by gardeners originated with the earliest agricultural implements used by man. Examples include: the hoe, pitchfork, fork, rake, hand cultivator, spade, shovel and hand trowel. In some places the machete may be used as a garden tool. The first power tool to become popular with gardeners was the lawn mower. This has been followed by a very wide range of power tools, including cultivators, string trimmer, Irrigation sprinklers, hedge trimmers, lawn aerators, leaf sweepers, trenchers, leaf blowers, chainsaws, and mini-tractors.