Osiyo Hamkorlik provides basic agronomy and appropriate mechanization trainings to new tractor owners. 

5 Day Two-Wheel Tractor Training Content for Tractor Operators

Basic assembly this is the best way to start to learn about the 2WT as it makes trainees very familiar with all of the parts and how they work.

o Build tractors and attachments

Operation of 2WT with following attachments:

o 80/60cm rotovator
o 4GL120/130cm reaper ( harvester )
o 2BG-6A Cultivating Seeder
o 2BF-6A 100 cm fertilizer seeder
o Trailer

Basic Maintenance of Tractor and attachments

o Engine
o Main Gear box
o Clutch
o Transmission
o Rotovator
o Reaper
o Seeder ( using two methods of planting )
o Trailer
o Tractor running /driving system
o V-belt system
o Lubrication of the major parts needed
o Maintaining of oil level
o Maintaining of gear oil level
o Maintaining of water level
o Transportation
o Throttle, Steering, Clutch, Brake control and handlebar Frame

-Parts introduction
-Brake adjustment and maintenance system
-Steering adjustment and maintenance system
-Clutch adjustment and maintenance system
-Handlebar adjustment and controlling system

Safety this is critical as injury or death can result from improper use of the tractor and attachments.

Advanced maintenance of tractor and attachments

o Disassembly of tractors and attachments, and reassembly
o Common problems
o Quick fixes
o Safe and environmentally sound disposal of engine oil and oil filter cartridges
o Mechanization-related environmental issues and discussion
o Other tractor s attachments usage information and demonstration.
o Lay-flat irrigation pipe demonstration in the field.

Business Training How to be a service provider Training will be provided to help
understand what is necessary for 2WT to be a source of income generation and business.
Day 1: Assembly

Show and discuss video, practical assembly.

Day 2: Maintenance

Show and discuss video.
AM: clutch, chain tension, diesel filter, oil and air filter.
PM: Oiling and lubricating 2WT and attachments.

Day 3: Safety
AM: class‐based presentation introduction to engine. PM: starting, back pressure, V belt, driving and
operation on slopes, entering / exiting fields.

Day 4: Field Operations

AM: Rotation and land preparation, blade tillage mountain options, seeder and calibration.
PM: seeding, depth control locking and opening.

Day 5: Trailer, Reaper, and Other Attachment Operation / Introduction

Discussing use, hitch options, heavy load operation, and breaking / safety issues.
PM: Spring bear and cutting blade adjusting. Belt adjusting, oiling, greasing, threshing. Water pump and rice mill  demonstration.

Basic Agronomy Course 

Field Day 1: Land Preparation and Sowing
Crop Establishment

At FD1 we will be establishing a rapport with participants, introducing project hopes and objectives at the program, and learning more about the specific participants and environment that this site is on. The technical content of this field day is all about working towards good crop establishment: vigorous, rapid, and full establishment is critical to achieving high and consistent yields. Farmers should see some land preparation and get a chance to get their hands on the 2WT if possible.

Field Day 2: Weed Control, Nutrition and Spring Planting
Weed Control and Nutrition

The main attention or FD2 is on the major problem of weeds. Farmers are given sprayers and backpack sprayer training.

Field Day 3: Harvest
Crop Review and Harvesting Financial Analysis

This is an excellent time for farmers to compare varieties. Watch 2WT reaping wheat and carry out a cost comparison.

Field Day 4: Evaluation
Review and Wrap up

This field day is a chance for a final review and to show farmer comparison yields for crops across the program and to challenge farmers to think about what they will implement themselves next year.