If compassionate people were summarizing and categorizing the content of the article and doing good work in the country, today, after years, there was no need to try again to save agriculture. If proposals submitted by professors and experts with the work done in the past that such an outcome will that agricultural mechanization in the country despite the development that has found a more visionary and propagandist rather than action, which ultimately can be claimed Agricultural mechanization is still confused by the politics and the twists and turns of the administrative bureaucracy of the country. And even repetition of such a test and error is no longer allowed and the continuation of this method does not mean the agricultural sector to the home. Of course, updating the information is necessary and not forgotting and building a new foundation at any time on the pretext of keeping up to date with the mechanization of all previous measures. We must admit that the climatic, social, cultural and political conditions in Iran are such that we can not implement the mechanization of other countries in the same way in this water and land. But first of all, it must be adapted to the conditions of our country and the so-called indigenous.

The transition from traditional agriculture to industrial agriculture in all areas of the agricultural sector. Therefore, it is imperative that everyone should be considered responsible in their own way, and in the field of their activities, in a way that is favorable to the development of agricultural mechanization. To date, various effective factors have been proposed to overcome this crisis. Of course, each of the professors and expert experts, according to their expertise, has suggested one of their favorite components as the most important way of developing the mechanization for the conversion of traditional to industrial. Is that really so! If yes, why is the crisis still pervading agriculture? Why problems are solved in a cross-sectional way. Why the media do not pursue issues until the problem is eradicated. Why does any component be re-introduced at a given time and, for some reason, precludes the development of agricultural mechanization. Which must always be fully or partially overcome by the efforts of the caring authorities of some of the bottlenecks in the development path. Or that unfortunately some of them remain unresolved. Which, given the importance of the issue, must be tackled with the full and continuous engagement of the public and private sectors on a permanent basis. Perhaps the answer to this is that:
1. We always think good and dream, but we do not do the right thing. If so. We must awaken dreaming and, for the sake of our country of origin, begin to reform ourselves and turn the slogan into action. And, like our ancestors, build a bridge with faith that lasts for many years. Not that we build a bridge with cement, which is thrown away with the first natural disasters.
2. Perhaps among the reasons we consider the small cultural and scientific burden of villagers to be small. That would be very destructive. For surely this important thing will be and will be an integral part of this evolution. Unfortunately, this issue can be considered as the most important bottleneck for the development of mechanization and should be followed up. Suggests the Ministry of Agriculture so planned that after a short period only educated people in agriculture (at least Diploma in Agriculture) allowed to carry out agricultural operations in the country and farmers experienced low literacy will be forced to educated youth section Use agriculture as consultant, steward, worker, and others. Ensure that in the event of the implementation and continuation of such a project in the country, after a short period of time, the old and traditional farmers will place themselves among the interested and educated young people. And on the other hand, with the expansion of the virtual world, young farmers always update their mechanization information. And because of the knowledge of new technologies, they spontaneously eliminate most of the problems of mechanization themselves. If the problem is not solvable by the private sector. Not only to solve it, they can provide logical solutions to the authorities. But by continuous pursuit of the authorities, it requires more thought and mobility to achieve the result.
                                                                                                         Best regards, Bijan Peyvandi