employed or utilized in carrying out these operations, which are subsistence, shifting cultivation, fallowing, and focusing mainly on yam and mixed food crops. This also shows that the true traditional farming system in Tonga has lost its original characteristics and nature due to changes in different circumstances and more commercial crops being introduced into the farming system. Also, the shifting cultivation nature has been changed to more permanent cultivation. Agricultural mechanization reduces drudgery which hitherto makes it difficult for large scale. Recommendation Hence, growth in agricultural output products was advances in agricultural all over on the Pacific region. I expectation and recommend in furthermost Farming system in the Pacific Nations include Tonga to change their Farming System from traditional to commercial farming system because the uses machinery for agriculture he helps faster working, and they good income and produce good quality and quantity of output product but the same time economies are increase. Reference Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry. 2001 Talamahu Market Report for 2006. Government of Tonga, Nuku'a1ofa. Free Wesleyan Church. Koe Kava Moe Ngaahi Koloa Faka-Tonga: A Training Manual in Tongan Language. Ofisi Ako 'o e Siasi Uesiliana Tau'atāina'o Tonga, 2007 Fleming, E. Farm Management Training Manual for Samoa. FAO Pacific Farm Management and Marketing Series. Sub-Regional Office for the Pacific Islands, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Apia, 2006.
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