Sound (Turkish), b&w, 18 min. The large number of tractors imported with Marshall Plan aid into Turkey increased the agricultural output of Turkey so much that for the first time in its history, Turkey has a surplus of wheat for export. The tractor has once again improved the livelihood of a largely agricultural population. But a Turkish farmer, Necdet, ignores basic maintenance routines and an American tractor engineer “happens” on Necdet standing near his broken-down machine. The American explains the simple maintenance routines, and the film shows an instruction class in session. Clarke and Hornby Film Productions, Ltd., London, for MSA Turkey. One of the TURKEY AND THE LAND series. 1951. See also TURKISH HARVEST.